Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag is still on lookout for a defensive midfielder having been heavily linked with Barca's ace Frankie De Jong who's allegedly unwilling to leave Camp Nou despite £72m agreement with the club.
As a result, the Old Trafford heavyweights have turned their attention to other highly profiled players who can arguably upgrade the struggling McFred pivot as well as shield the backline.
It's like United have found a perfect target to fill the lost puzzle as per latest reports with a huge bid expected in the coming days.
According to the MailOnline sport, Man United have allegedly agreed to sign Lazio's ace Sergej Milinkovic-Savic as De Jong's alternative with Ten Hag viewing the Serbian international as an ideal option to build his squad around.
So far, he has scored 48 goals in all competitions or Lazio having been regarded as box to box player.
Meanwhile, United are interested in Rb Salzburb's striker Mohammed Sesko.
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