Manchester United are reportedly ready for Brest midfielder Romain Faivre to lock horns with Paris Saint-Germain.
Following his £450,000 move from Monaco last summer, the 22-year-old was one of the surprises of the Ligue 1 season.
With the Ligue 1 club poised to make a healthy return on their recent investment, his results for Brest have caught the attention of some big suitors, including French champions PSG.
Manchester United are still interested in the midfielder, according to Le10Sport, and are willing to take on European giants PSG for their signature.
In a £ 37million contract with Italian club Atalanta, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently added winger Amad Diallo to his ranks.
Mauricio Pochettino, the current PSG boss, got a close-up and intimate look at Faivre as he faced the Parisians of Argentina in their first home victory under the former manager of Tottenham.
This season, Faivre has tallied up three goals and four assists from 19 appearances and has popped up for his new side in crucial moments.
Back in October, the Frenchman scored a winner against his old Monaco club and also held his composure to net a late equalizer from the penalty spot against Lyon.
Brest made the first move back on Christmas Eve in this possible transfer story, extending his contract at the club until 2025 – meaning a move to Old Trafford in January will be highly unlikely.
The search for a new midfielder by Solskjaer suffered another recent blow after West Ham player Declan Rice reportedly told a friend that he was not interested in transferring amid ties to Manchester.