Manchester United have set the asking price for Armenian international Henrikh Mkhitaryan to be around £35million amidst interest from Inter Milan, according to the Daily Mirror.
Following a bright start to the season, Henrikh Mkhitaryan has had a public falling out with United manager Jose Mourinho recently over poor performances and consequently, he has failed to feature consistently for the Red Devils over the last few weeks.
Due to the situation, it looks very unlikely that Mkhitaryan will have a long-term future at United and this has raised rumors in the media over the potential exit from Old Trafford for the Armenian international.
Despite enduring limited time on the pitch for United recently though, the ex-Dortmund playmaker is still widely regarded as a world-class talent and there is already a lot of interest in the 29-year-old at the moment.
One of those clubs keen on Mkhitaryan is believed to be Italian giants Inter Milan, who are looking for a creative player to help link their attack, and the Italian giants allegedly believe that the Manchester United man can be the ideal candidate to help aid their title aspirations.
Signing Mkhitaryan will not come cheap for the Nerazzuri as the Daily Mirror have now reported that Manchester United have placed an asking price north of £35million for the attacking midfielder.