Crystal Palace has hit a £ 70 million price tag on Manchester United's target Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
The Red Devil's boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would like to bring to Old Trafford this summer, but United may have to double his current rating to meet Palace requirements.
The independent report that did not eliminate the huge appreciation of the Eagles United, and the Premier League giants are expected to continue their efforts.
Wan-Bissaka is the man who has reserved the Old Trafford hierarchy to replace the departing Antonio Valencia, who left after 10 years earlier this month.
Eagles academy product Wan-Bissaka has attracted the attention of a number of European elite clubs with its performances this season, and the youngster is being tipped for a place in the English team under 21 for the European championship in Italy this summer.
The 21-year-old is not the only defender that United hopes to bring this summer, with Napoli & # 39; s Kalidou Koulibaly and Leicester & # 39; s Harry Maguire also on the radar.
Speaking to MUTV about possible transfer goals, United boss Solskjaer said he would not necessarily be looking for & # 39; ready-made & # 39; would like to attract stars and players to the fans.
"You have to have qualities and our fans want to see exciting players. We want to get up from our seats. You see defenders defending, as if that's their life, that's the most important thing," said the Norwegian.
"If we press together with Jesse [Lingard] and Marcus [Rashford], in the games against Barcelona, PSG, Liverpool and Chelsea when we start these games, our fans kick out a tack that makes a tack.
"That's the way it has been and in our culture. You must have that work ethic and we are exploring the market to find the right one."