Manchester United are eyeing a move for Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the summer transfer window, according to The Sun.
The Red Devils are looking to sign a new striker and have earmarked the 24-year-old as a potential option.
Premier League rivals Arsenal are also interested in signing him, with the Gunners closely monitoring his situation, according to a recent report from The Telegraph.
La Liga giants Real Madrid are also showing interest in Calvert-Lewin, with Carlo Ancelotti seeking a £50 million reunion with the player he completely transformed at Goodison Park.
United are showing their ambitions in the summer transfer window after the club confirmed yesterday that a deal has been agreed for Jadon Sancho.
The Red Devils are paying a premium fee of £73m to land the highly-rated England winger.
United’s top goalscorer in all competitions was Bruno Fernandes with 28 in all competitions. Marcus Rashford (21) and Edinson Cavani (17) rounded off the top three.
Sancho will bring more goals and assists, and adding Calvert-Lewin to the squad will make United genuine contenders for the Premier League title next season.
Calvert-Lewin impressed heavily last term, scoring 21 goals in all competitions. He was reborn under Ancelotti, and Everton will be reluctant to lose their prized asset.
He has a contract at Goodison Park until 2025, and Everton will demand a high transfer fee if he wants to move on.
New manager Rafael Benitez will undoubtedly want to keep Calvert-Lewin and make him the focal point of his attack.