MANCHESTER UNITED are still chasing Jadon Sancho – but could turn to Gareth Bale if they're unable to do a deal with Dortmund.
BVB are unwilling to lower their valuation in the current uncertainty around Covid-19, while we're also the very latest on the news that Kylian Mbappe could be leaving PSG.
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Manchester United might not have been in action this weekend – but they're certainly busy in the transfer market.
Jadon Sancho remains the hot topic around Old Trafford, but a move for the Dortmund youngster could be in jeopardy as BVB are unwilling to budge on their £108million asking price.
As a result, reports suggest that the Red Devils could turn their attention to Gareth Bale instead.
United have retained an interest in Bale for some time but were put off by his £600,000 a week wages, however with Madrid reportedly willing to pay up to half of his wages a sensational move back to the Premier League could be on.
The Daily Star claim Solskjaer thinks that Bale would be a great plan b if they fail to land Sancho, the Welshman is desperate to quit Madrid after being frozen out.
It is believed United would rather take Bale on loan rather than a permanent transfer.
Meanwhile, Mason Greenwood was at Carrington today for a one-hour visit after his hippy crack and hotel romp shame.
The Red Devils and England forward, 18, drove into the Utd training facility in his navy Mercedes wearing a long-sleeve top.
But around 55 minutes later he was on his way out again, in just a United Adidas training t-shirt.
Greenwood was told on Thursday when he returned to United following his Iceland embarrassment he must train alone for a few days.
And finally, United have reportedly been told that it will cost as much as £50m to buy Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks.
Brooks is seen by the Reds as a possible alternative to Sancho and Jack Grealish, but according to the Daily Star Bournemouth would demand a sizable fee for the 23-year-old.