Top Manchester United left-back target Alex Sandro has agreed personal terms with Paris Saint-Germain, according to a report.
The Brazilian defender is believed to be top of Jose Mourinho’s wanted list and The Times have claimed that United have also agreed personal terms with the 27-year-old, only to find an agreement with Juventus out of their reach.
Paris United are now reporting that Sandro fancies a move to Ligue 1 and will follow Dani Alves who made the same move from Juventus to PSG last summer.
Juve have signed Cristiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid in a £99million deal and may well be looking to recoup some of that cash and are believed to be looking for a fee of €60m.
Tuttomercatoweb reported last week that PSG had made an offer of €40m, but Juve did not consider that to be close to Sandro’s valuation and turned it down, while United chief executive Ed Woodward is also unwilling to meet Juve’s price tag.
The Bianconeri are sticking to their guns and arestill hoping to tie the left-back down to a new contract, with the player’s existing deal set to expire in 2020, if his price is not met.