Manchester United have settled on two £20 million goalkeepers to succeed Edwin van der Sar.
The Daily Star Sunday says Reds boss Sir Alex Ferguson's top two targets for the keeper's job - Holland's Maarten Stekelenburg and Spanish prospect David de Gea - are both valued at that figure by their clubs, Ajax and Atletico Madrid.
United are now eyeing two goalkeepers with contrasting backgrounds - the vastly-experienced Stekelenburg and the promising De Gea, who is only 19.
Giant stopper Stekelenburg, 28, is emerging as United's first choice as he is the ready-made article.
He has followed in Van der Sar's footsteps in becoming No.1 for Ajax and Holland and also played in the World Cup final this summer.