Man United have been told to pay a staggering €120m if they want to acquire the service of Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez. The 21-year-old midfielder joined the Eagles this past summer from River Plate, with the Primeira Liga giants paying to the tune of €12m to have him arrive at Estadio da Luz. And Fernandez’s price has skyrocketed many folds since then, and he has attracted the interest of several big teams, including the Red Devils. Enzo is dubbed to be a part of Argentina’s future next golden generation, and his fantastic goal with Mexico in the World Cup further cemented the claim. Argentina international has not started a match for his nation in the FIFA World Cup but will be claiming his stake for a place with Poland. Man United are still searching for a top-class midfielder to add to Erik ten Hag’s squad, and the Argentine tops their list. The Argentine midfielder has already been making the headlines for all the right reasons, but he is being protected by a huge €120m release clause in his deal. Man United brought in Casemiro from Real Madrid this past summer. But the Brazilian midfielder can only be viewed as a short-term fix with the Dutch coach still hoping to get another midfielder to settle down his squad. The Red Devils will also face strict resistance from Liverpool, who are also looking to strengthen their midfield ranks.