Fiorentina are willing to allow Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado leave for £36million, Express reports.
The Red Devils are extremely keen on bringing the versatile right sided player to Old Trafford, and are confident they can secure Cuadrado with a final £36million bid.
Manager Louis van Gaal has already expressed his desire to roll out a 3-5-2 formation for the season, and sees the Colombian as the perfect player to play the right wing-back role.
United have already made two earlier £28million and then £32million offers for the 26-year-old, but Fiorentina are holding out at £36million.
Cuadrado was one of the standout players for Colombia during their quarter-final run in the World Cup, which has given Fiorentina the incentive to discuss a new lucrative contract in order to keep the winger.
However if the former Udinese star does decide he wants to leave the Artemio Franchi, the club will allow the player to seek his demands.
Cuadrado had an impressive campaign last season, scoring 15 goals and providing 10 assists.