The Red part of Manchester are still interested in signing Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro this summer but they might be stopped from completing a move for his signature due to one condition.
It is believed that the Serie A giants are asking too much from the Red Devils as they have placed a €60m price tag on his signature- a fee that seems too high for the club.
However, reports suggested that Manchester United manager José Mourinho has cooled his desire to work with the 27-year-old left-back.
The Portuguese manager recently captured Diogo Dalot’s signature, therfore, he has moved on to reinforce other positions.
The manager is now in search of another midfielder, who would step into his team as Michael Carrick’s replacement ahead of the upcoming season.
According to Manchester Evening News, Russian youngster Aleksandr Golovin is being tracked by Mourinho after the player’s wonderful display of quality against Saudi Arabia last Wednesday.
The attacking midfielder was in fine form for the host nation, helping the team to a 5-0 win including his well-taken kick in the stoppage time.
The right-back is another position that requires urgent attention from the manager and he is being linked with some players, including Arsenal star Hector Bellerin,.