Liverpool have offered contract to sign £34.5million star, Man United are very attentive – Reports

Marco Asensio

The future of Marco Asensio at Real Madrid is up in the air and Manchester United are reportedly keen on signing him.

As per a story covered by Mundo Deportivo today (news image provided below), the Red Devils, Liverpool, Arsenal and AC Milan are looking to lure the Spaniard, who will be free to leave the Los Blancos next summer.

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The Catalan outlet mention that the Rossoneri are pressing the most to sign the 26-year-old star. In Italy, they are talking about a figure of 20 million euros but in Spain, it is reported that the European champions want 40 million euros from his sale (£34.5million).

As far as the Old Trafford outfit is concerned, MD claim that Man United are very attentive about everything that is happening with the player and are fighting to sign him.

According to multiple Spanish media outlets, Liverpool have made an offer to sign Asensio. On 26th June, AS revealed (via Paisley Gates) that the Reds have proposed a contract worth 6 million euros per year, moreover, yesterday, COPE also reported that the Anfield club have presented an offer to sign the playmaker.

The La Roja star only started a couple of games in the Champions League winning campaign last term and he has never been able to regularly start for the club.

Mundo Deportivo mention that the former Mallorca loanee does not rule out staying for a year and then leaving Real Madrid on a bosman but he will only be a bench warmer and that will ruin his chances of playing at the World Cup for Spain.

Asensio is mainly a right winger and Man Utd do need to improve the position keeping in view the uncertain situation surrounding Mason Greenwood, who was the club’s top scoring right winger last season.

In your opinion, should the Ten Hag outbid Liverpool to sign the Spaniard?

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