Manchester United have revived their interest in Monaco’s highly-rated right-back Fabinho, according to reports from Marca.
The Red Devils have enjoyed a headline-grabbing summer of transfer activity, swooping to sign Paul Pogba in a world-record £89m deal, while also drafting in Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Eric Bailly.
However, it seems that Jose Mourinho’s work may not be over just yet, with Marca (below) claiming that they’re interested in adding Monaco’s Fabinho to their ranks.
The Brazilian ace has emerged as one of Ligue 1’s top full-backs over the course of the past couple of seasons and is valued at €30m (£26m) by the Stade Louis II outfit.
Man United were aligned with Fabinho in July and could draft in the 22-year-old as a replacement for Matteo Darmian should interest from Napoli and Roma intensify before the close of the transfer window.