It has been revealed that Bayern Munich are ready to hand Manchester United a clear run at Lazio star Felipe Anderson.
Both European giants made attempts for Anderson last summer and have again been linked with the Brazilian this week.
However, it’s understood Bayern have gone cold on Anderson after clinching deals for Douglas Costa and Kingsley Coman in August.
United, meanwhile, remain keen and Calciomercato.com says they failed with a €40 million bid for the exciting midfield talent over the summer.
Anderson has since penned a new deal to 2020, which carries a buyout clause of €80 million.
However, Lazio president Claudio Lotito believes next summer could be the right time to cash in and intermediaries have alerted United, along with several European heavyweights, to his plans for 2016.