MANCHESTER UNITED have been offered Tottenham transfer target Nicolo Zaniolo, according to reports.

The 23-year-old is up for grabs this month with Roma willing to cash in.

Premier League outfit Tottenham are keen on the Europa Conference League final match winner, but would like an initial loan move.

However, Roma would like £35million or a loan with an obligation to buy.

Now, according to AreaNapoli.it, Zaniolo has been offered to another one of England's "Big Six" in Man Utd.

United are keen on bolstering Erik ten Hag's squad in January but want to keep spending low.

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Wout Weghorst joined on loan from Burnley – providing a short-term solution following Cristiano Ronaldo's departure.

Paris Saint-Germain have also had the player proposed to them.

However, Zaniolo's agent has been spotted in London, which could hint that the midfielder is leaning towards a move to England.

Zaniolo has had a rather poor campaign under Jose Mourinho in the Italian capital.

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He has only managed to score two goals in 17 games, with just the one coming in the Serie A.

Despite this, Mourinho believes the player is likely to stay put.

He said on Zaniolo's situation: "Nicolo Zaniolo has asked to leave the club — but it’s not sure that it’s gonna happen.

"Current proposals are not enough. We only need a good proposal to let Zaniolo leave, and we’ve not received it.

"My feeling is that in the end, he will stay."


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