Manchester United face competition from Internazionale for Tottenham Hotspur left-back Danny Rose, according to reports.
Although there are still doubts Tottenham will even allow him to leave this summer, reports claim Man United are interested in signing him as their interest has intensified over the last month.
The 27-year-old is valued at around £50million as they sold they sold Kyle Walker for the same figure to Manchester City earlier this month.
Tottenham are not looking to sell Rose as he is an important player at the club, especially as they haven’t signed any new players this summer.
Rose has not played since January due to a knee problem and has continued his rehabilitation as he looks to get ready before the new Premier League season.
Luke Shaw has been in and out of the first-team and although he trained with the squad in Skopje ahead of their Super Cup tie with Real Madrid, is still not ready to feature.
Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has endured a tough time over a perplexing transfer window and will be unwilling to let any more players leave.
Rose has claimed he would like to play in North and has made it clear he could make the move this summer, which is something Jose Mourinho will be pleased by in his race to sign the Englishman.