Lille are ready to cash in on Manchester United target Eduardo Camavinga.
Camavinga, 18, has one year left on his deal and the French side do not want to lose their teenage star for nothing.
With United’s swoop for Jadon Sancho nearing completion, The Mail report the Premier League runners-up will now turn to a central midfielder.
And Camavinga, who has already played three times for France, is near the top of their list of targets.
He featured 35 times for Lille last term in their surprise Ligue 1 title triumph and is one of the highest-rated youngsters in Europe.
But United are not the only side looking to add Camavinga to their ranks.
Fellow Premier League side Arsenal are keen, as are Paris Saint-Germain and Spanish giants Real Madrid.
Liverpool given Malen boost
Liverpool have been handed a boost in their pursuit of PSV Eindhoven winger Donyell Malen.
PSV boss Roger Schmidt expects Malen and the impressive Denzel Dumfries to leave the club this summer.
The Dutch were dumped out of Euro 2020 by the Czech Republic on Sunday, meaning Malen’s future can now be decided.
And Liverpool have been heavily linked with a move for the 22-year-old.
Speaking to Dutch outlet NOS, Schmidt said: "That's how it goes in football, especially at PSV — we lose one or two good players every year,
"It has been clear to me for some time that Donyell and Denzel are likely to leave. Actually last summer.
"I also take it into account and if they do stay, that is great. But we have to prepare ourselves that we will have to play without both next season."
Reports in Spain suggest Manchester City will turn their attention to signing Antoine Griezmann from Barcelona if they are unable to secure a deal for Harry Kane.
The Mirror say Manchester United have offered Jesse Lingard a new three-year deal, with West Ham still keen to bring him to the London Stadium on a permanent basis.
Midfielder Dennis Praet could swap Leicester for Arsenal in the coming weeks, according to The Express.