Manchester United has reported being ready to cash in €55million to sign Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez
However, Manchester United has reached personal terms with the player camp to join Old Trafford this summer
According to reports, Lisandro Martinez is pushing to leave Ajax and join Erik Ten Hagg at Old Trafford this summer transfer
Manchester United’s last offer for Martinez was €50million, €45million guaranteed plus €5million in add-ons.
However, Ajax is reportedly holding out for a fee of €55million guaranteed and Manchester United is willing to place another bid.
Ajax is already looking for a replacement for Lisandro Martinez, with the Dutch club expecting the center-back to join Manchester United this summer.
Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has also given an update on Lisandro Martinez’s potential transfer to Manchester United.
Romano said: “Manchester United will meet with Ajax on Wednesday to discuss a deal for Lisandro Martínez.
“The negotiations are now entering into key stages. After the last proposal from United was turned down, Ajax is finally open to selling the defender at their conditions.”
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry reportedly prefers joining Manchester United over Chelsea, according to reports.
According to Daily Mail, Chelsea has enquired about signing the 26-year-old Bayern Munich forward but the German international isn’t interested in a move to Stamford Bridge, having previously played for Arsenal.
Gnabry is reportedly open to joining Manchester United, Manchester City, or Real Madrid this summer.
The 26-year-old scored one goal in 18 appearances for Gunner’s first team across four seasons before heading to Germany.
Gnabry left Arsenal for Werder Bremen for £4.5million in 2016 before joining Bayern Munich a year later.
The Germany international has scored 65 goals in 171 games since joining Bayern Munich.
He has won 12 major trophies with the German giants including four Bundesliga titles, a Champions League, and the Club World Cup.
Gnabry’s future at Bayern Munich is far from certain, with his contract at the German giants expiring next summer.