The holding midfielder has become a key man in the Old Lady’s side that has won back to back Serie A titles as well as partnering his club team mate Andrea Pirlo for the national team.
Manchester United boss David Moyes is keen to add his own players to the current crop at Old Trafford and after seeing title rivals Manchester City and Chelsea strengthening, the addition of world class talent is vital.
The former Everton boss has a sizeable transfer kitty to play with and has made the midfield his main aim with Paul Scholes retiring and the likes of Tom Cleverley and Anderson failing to bring much quality to the team.
Marchisio is also on the radar of big spending French side Monaco but the 27 year old is concentrating on Italy and the Confederations Cup.
“There are things to be proud of, but I am not sure if they are true,” Marchisio told Gazzetta dello Sport.
“I have not heard from anyone at Manchester United or Monaco.
“When I talk with my club everything will become clearer.”
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