Real Madrid have reportedly offered four players to Manchester United in order to lure superstar midfielder Paul Pogba to the Santiago Bernabeu.
Real head coach Zinedine Zidane has been a known admirer of the 2018 FIFA World Cup winner but United have held firm over the past 12 months that the club-record signing is not for sale at any price.
However, after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side improved from during an injury-ravaged season for the Frenchman, where he's only made five starts across all competitions, speculation has risen about a potential exit once more.
According to The Sun, Martin Odegaard, Lucas Vazquez, James Rodriguez and Brahim Diaz have been offered a part of a major swap deal as they finally look to end the long protracted transfer saga.
In what appears a last-ditch attempt to land the 27-year-old, it's believed that the financial effects of the coronavirus crisis in Europe will lead to several club's aiming to land transfer targets with swap deals in the off-season.
Pogba has scored 31 goals and registered 31 assists in 150 games for The Red Devils since returning to Old Trafford in a €105-million switch from Juventus in August 2016.