Man Utd make Juventus star 'priority' as Euro giants express Mason Greenwood 'interest'

All the latest news and transfer rumours surrounding Manchester United as the international break continues.

Manchester United remain on international break, and an important run-in awaits them when the Premier League resumes. Erik ten Hag's men are on the periphery of the top four race, and they are going to need a particularly strong end to the season to secure Champions League football for next season.

United have been in good form of late, and with an FA Cup semi-final to look forward to, they should return from the break in good spirits. In the meantime, we have rounded up all the latest news and transfer rumours surrounding Old Trafford.

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Defender claim

United look likely to strengthen their back line significantly during the summer window, with a centre-back and left-back likely to be their priorities. In the case of the former, Juventus star Gleison Bremer has again been linked.

Corriere dello Sport say the Red Devils view Bremer as their 'number one target' despite the fact he only joined The Old Lady in the summer. He does, however, have a release clause worth just over £40million, which means Juve could well lose him quickly if they don't agree a new contract with a revised release clause in the meantime.

Greenwood interest

Sticking with Juventus, the same outlet believe Juve are 'contenders' to make a move for United outcast Mason Greenwood. The forward is currently on loan with Getafe in La Liga due to the allegations he faced, allegations that were ultimately dropped.

Though, there were further factors, including disturbing audio messages of Greenwood. In any case, Ratcliffe is yet to decide on whether the forward will be allowed to return to Old Trafford, and in the meantime, he is attempting to rebuild his reputation with good form in Spain. Juve are said to have taken notice, and they may offer United the chance to offload the controversial forward in the summer, according to the report.

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