The agents of Benfica’s Gedson Fernandes are in England to hold “several meetings” about the future of the 20-year-old, according to Record.
The Portuguese newspaper claims that no bid has been tabled for the player but Manchester United, Lyon and AC Milan are the three teams said to be weighing up an offer for the midfielder.
Fernandes reportedly has a release clause of €100m (£85m) but it seems Benfica would be willing to let the player leave on loan, as long as there is a purchase option in the agreement.
The Portuguese international could solve Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s issues on the right-hand side of midfield, with neither Mason Greenwood nor Dan James really favouring the position on the right-wing.
It must be said, though, that Fernandes has not been a regular for Benfica this campaign. A broken foot hindered his start to the season and he has only made two starts in the league since then.