Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly consider the transfer of French forward Kylian Mbappe to Man Utd to help balance their books.
The Ligue 1 champions have reached an agreement with AS Monaco last season to sign the 19-year-old attacker in a £166m deal at the end of an initial loan spell at Parc de Princess.
According to Spanish outlet Don Balon, though, Ligue 1 giants fear being punished for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations, having also sign Brazilian superstar Neymar 10 months ago for a world-record sum of £200m.
In order to remain within UEFA’s guidelines, the French giants are believed to be open to offers for the French forward who scored 21 goals in 44 appearances last campaign.
The report suggests that Mbappe’s compatriot Anthony Martial may be used as a makeweight. However, the Red Devils would still have to hand over £167m to secure the services of French forward.
Meanwhile, another wonderkid Marco Asensio has been rumoured with a switch to Old Trafford with Spaniard is ready to leave the Santiago Bernabeu following his limited time at European champions.