Middlesbrough loanee Djed Spence is 'dreaming' of a move to Manchester United, according to Sky Sports Germany reporter Florian Plettenberg. The full-back has impressed during his loan spell at Nottingham Forest and has attracted interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
However, it's being reported that he hopes to play his football at Old Trafford one day. The club are thought to have not yet shown an interest in the 21-year-old.
Middlesbrough, Plettenberg says, value Spence at £10m-£12m. He’s helped Forest mount an unlikely promotion push this season, scoring three times and assisting five goals along the way.
Meanwhile, United are said to be battling Paris Saint-Germain for Lazio's Sergej Milinković-Savić. The Italian club want at least £60m for the midfielder, who looks set to leave this summer. The player’s agent, Mateja Kezman, is set to meet with his client after receiving offers from PSG and United in the region of £55m, claims Cittaceleste.
The figure is thought to be below what Lazio would be willing to accept but if Milinković-Savić makes it clear he wishes to leave, they may be willing to enter negotiations with interested parties. All offers are due to be outlined by the end of May before a decision is made, according to Corriere dello Sport.
Kezman prefers his player to make a move to either United or PSG ahead of other clubs who are also in pursuit. Gazzetta dello Sport say that both European giants are leading the race and it is 'inevitable' he will join one of the two clubs.