Manchester United dealt blow in £40 million pursuit of star forward

Posted August 05, 2017

The Croatia global has been strongly linked with a move to Old Trafford but the Serie A side have no plans to part with their prized asset.

After completing the signings of Romelu Lukaku, Nemanja Matic and Victor Lindelof, United fans will be wondering if their summer spending is already over. A winger is the Portuguese coach's top priority but little progress has been made in recent weeks amid an inflated transfer market which has seen Neymar join PSG for €222m [£198m].

Neymar is on the brink of an incredible departure from Barcelona in a transfer that will shatter the previous record set by United past year when they brought Paul Pogba back to Old Trafford by paying Juventus €105m (£89.3m).

But Ausilio stressed that Inter did not need to sell to finance the move and said both Perisic and Candreva - linked with moves to the Premier League - would be staying. "He has never been put on the market, nor have we ever thought about letting him go".

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To enable a more precise comparison, a conversion to metres and centimetres is necessary - United's average is 1m 84.5cm, just a couple of millimetres shorter than West Brom - whose manager Tony Pulis is noted for his adherence to a physical style of play - and a millimetre taller than Crystal Palace who rank third.

"He has said: 'Perisic is an important player and we're now discussing a new contract with him'". The England global was heavily criticised by his manager last season for his lack of fitness and application but those fears are understood to have been dampened during an impressive pre-season.

"They will be back by the end of the year so our squad is not so big and we need options".