According to reports from Italian outlet, Sport Mediaset (via Sportwitness), the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have been told by Fiorentina chairman Rocco B.Commisso to pay €60million inorder to complete the potential signing of the prolific forward this summer.
Dusan Vlahovic has been on top form for the Serie A Club with him displaying qualities of a world class striker. In the current campaign, the 21 year old has managed to chip in 17 goals in 32 appearances and hence, making him to attract interest from several top clubs across Europe including AS Roma, AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund.
However, the Red Devils seem to be the only club making active advances for the Serbian international at the moment with them looking to improve their forward line, especially after several struggles by Anthony Martial this season and considering the fact that Edinson Cavani is facing the final stages of his football career.
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