Premier League giants Manchester United have reportedly made a transfer decision on Southampton midfielder Mario Lemina.
This is according to the publication from popular media channel ESPN which claimed that Manchester United won’t make a move for the Gabonese international player.
Earlier reports had claimed that Manchester United are one of the teams keen on signing Mario Lemina this summer.
Apart from Manchester United, Leicester City and Arsenal have also been linked with a move for the Southampton midfielder.
Mario Lemina was linked as a possible replacement for midfielder Paul Pogba who could still leave Manchester United this summer.
The French World Cup winner has talked about seeking a new challenge elsewhere.
In an interview with reporters, while he was on tour of Tokyo with Adidas, Pogba hinted that he could leave Old Trafford this summer after three years at the Theatre of Dreams.
If he leaves Manchester United this summer, Mario Lemina is unlikely to replace Pogba at the club.
Mario Lemina has been given the permission to look for another club this summer after two years as a Southampton player.
He joined the Saints in 2017 from Italian Serie A champions Juventus shortly after helping the Old Lady to the Champions League which ended in a 3-1 defeat to Spanish champions Barcelona.