United eye Parma keeper
By James Pearson. Last Updated: January 1, 1970 1:00am
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Parma keeper Sebastian Frey and the clubs' director's are reported to have already met with the French keeper's agent.
Sir Alex Ferguson has gone with Roy Carroll recently between the sticks for The Red Devils following a poor start to the season by Tim Howard.
United have been linked with a host of keepers of late with Middlesbrough's Mark Schwarzer and Rennes' Swedish international Andreas Isaksson mentioned.
Frey, 24, has been an ever-present for Parma, but has conceded 11 goals in Serie A this season with the Stadio Ennio Tardini side struggling for form.
Frey has confirmed his agent Giovanni Branchini has met with United's directors and that he has reached an agreement with Parma to aid his release.
"I know United are following my progress and my agent, Giovanni Branchini, recently met their directors," said Frey to the News of the World.
"Internazionale also want me and I have reached an agreement with Parma that they will not complicate things if I get a good offer."