UEFA Champions League record-holders Real Madrid have reportedly tabled a £142 million (€160m) offer to Manchester United for midfielder, Paul Pogba.
The World Cup winner has made his intention to leave Old Trafford known, with former team Juventus in the mix for his signature.
According to Sport, Madrid’s manager Zinedine Zidane is eager to sign the French midfielder.
Ole Gunner Solskjaer’s side has already made moves to replace Pogba, agreeing to terms with Sergel Milinkovic Savic.
Savic has already struck a deal over a €6m (£5.4m) salary, while Lazio are waiting for a €90m (£81.6m) offer, according to reports in Italy.
United have already submitted €75m (£68mm) plus €15m (£13.6m), the report adds, but the Italians want the full fee guaranteed.
Madrid have rocked with various injuries in recent times, with Ferland Mendy, Marco Asensio and Courtois currently on the treatment table.