Manchester United Transfer Round-up

Latest news about targets Ivan Perisic, Anthony Martial, David De Gea, Raul Jiminez and Thomas Lemar.

Ivan Perisic
Ivan Perisic Reuters

Manchester United have not given up on Ivan Perisic — with a £39m offer to Inter Milan still on the table, according to the Mirror.

Inter are continuing to play hardball over his £48m valuation, but the Daily Mirror say United still have a £39m offer on the table.

The Old Trafford club have been trying to land the Croatia international winger all summer, but initially had been put off by Inter's £48m valuation.

Ed Woodward has met with Ivan Perisic's agent FaliRamadani to try and push through a deal.

Ramadani is also said to have held discussions with Inter officials to try and reach a decision on his client's future.

Anthony Martial has quashed any questions over his future by insisting he's out to win everything with Manchester United this season, as per the Dailystar.

Tottenham have reportedly already had a bid rejected for the Frenchman and Martial admits he wants to feature more regularly this season.

But he insists his sole focus is on winning silverware with United.

Martial said: "The goal is to win as many titles as possible. That is what we tried to do last year and it's what we are going to try to do this year."

Real Madrid have reignited their interest in Manchester United keeper David De Gea.

De Gea, 26, has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid for some time with Florentino Perez a long-term admirer.

It is said they have made a £46m bid to try and lure him to the Bernabeu.

United are also on the lookout for Benfica striker Raul Jimenez, reports from the Express claim.

The striker is valued at £27m - an amount the PrimeiraLiga giants deem too good to turn down.

United are looking to sign Arsenal target Thomas Lemar after missing out on Gareth Bale and Ivan Perisic, according to reports from the Sun.

The Frenchman had been the subject of a £45m bid from the Gunners earlier in the summer — but the London clubs' interest appears to have cooled.

Lemar is priced at £54.5m (€60m), with Monaco reluctant to lose another star man.