Kasper’s stock has risen since playing a crucial part in Leicester City’s surprise Premier League title in 2015/16, when he played all 38 games and kept 15 clean sheets.
His father believes Kasper is good enough to replace David de Gea as United’s No. 1, but added that the Foxes are doing a great job themselves and wouldn’t push for a transfer.
“It would be a dream,” Peter told talkSPORT, when asked if he would like to see his son at United.
“For me, trying to be as neutral and unbiased and not like a father, I think he has done well enough to convince everybody that he can play at the highest level.
“The doubts were there when he first went into the Premier League over whether he was good enough, but he proved that and in the Champions League last year I thought he did really well. If clubs need a really good goalkeeper, well he is somebody who can be trusted to do that.
“Having said that, I am crazy about Leicester, I am crazy about the owners – they are fantastic and really good for the Premier League. There is no shortage of will and money to make Leicester a top four club, or at least top six, top eight. They are prepared to do that and that is a really interesting environment to play football in.
“There is no Kasper needs to move kind of feel at the moment, but if an opportunity like that [moving to United] came around, that would be fantastic.”