Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bring three Juventus players to Old Trafford this summer, according to reports in Italy.
The Serie A champions are looking to offload some fringe players this summer to reduce the wage bill, which has put some real quality players in the shop window for whoever can afford them.
The Red Devils have already made a €30m bid for one of them – Douglas Costa – according to Italian sports paper Corriere dello Sport.
Juve are understood to be holding out for an extra €10m for the 29-year-old winger.
A similar fee is being demanded for Federico Bernadeschi, another left footed winger Juventus would be open to letting go but are by no means desperate to see the back of.
Solskjaer is reportedly interested in both Costa and Bernadeschi, as he looks to add depth to his attacking options.
According to another report from Tutto Juve, Aaron Ramsey is a third Juventus player who “doesn't displease” Solskjaer.
The report indicates the former Arsenal midfielder could be signed for as little as €20m primarily because he earns a reported €400k a week, which Juve are starting to see as a drain on resources.
Ramsey would not earn as much at Manchester United but if he could be persuaded to move back to England, he would offer a lot to United's midfield.
More of a box-to-box midfielder when compared with Paul Pogba or Bruno Fernandes, so he would provide a new dynamic and a goal threat running from deep.
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