Serie A holders Juventus are reportedly looking for a transfer package of around £52.7m in order to part ways with top Manchester United target Alex Sandro this summer.
The Brazilian has been on the radar of United since the close of the previous season but reports have previously suggested that the Bianconeri have no desire to sanction the player’s sale.
However, according to Sport Premium, via M.E.N, the Bianconeri could be prepared to do business for Sandro this summer, provided any club decides to match their €60m (£52.7m) valuation for the left-back.
United have kept a close contact with the Italian champions over the past few weeks regarding the potential sale of Matteo Darmian and during the discussions, Sandro’s name is surely expected to prop up.
Besides Sandro, Jose Mourinho is said to hold an interest in signing Mario Mandzukic as a potential back-up option to Romelu Lukaku but Juventus are unlikely to sanction any move without any United players coming their way.
Anthony Martial has also been linked with a potential switch between the sides over the past month but United are understood to want at least £75m in order to sanction his sale without inclusion of makeweights.