Manchester United have reportedly boosted in their efforts to secure the services of Rennes midfield star Eduardo Camavinga.
While the Premier League heavyweights have already brought in Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho, the Red Devils head coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is keen to strengthen his team with another central midfielder.
Camavinga has been frequently rumoured with a transfer to Old Trafford having refused to extend his deal with the Rennes past the end of 2021-22.
According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Rennes are now prepared to sell with their key player for €35m (£30.05m).
Rennes officials are keen to ensure that they do not lose Camavinga on a free transfer, something which will become a real possibility if Frenchman refuses to extend his contract.
Chelsea, PSG and Real Madrid are also believed to be keeping tabs on the situation and ready to rival Man Utd for his services.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid have reportedly joined Manchester United in the race to secure the services of Bayern Munich star Leon Goretzka.
The 26-year-old midfielder has entered the final year of his deal and talks with the German champions to extend his contract have stalled.
Goretzka is currently unhappy with the wages he has been offered and is demanding a deal worth around £19.5m per year, a similar deal offered to Austrian versatile defender David Alaba before he agreed to join La Liga giants Real Madrid.