Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is waiting for Real Madrid to make a move for him, according to reports.
The Belgian has been heavily linked with a switch to the La Liga giants in recent weeks with Zinedine Zidane eager to find a replacement for Keylor Navas in the summer.
Chelsea are keen to keep hold of Courtois, but Spanish outlet Marca claim he is hoping for a call from Zidane to express his interest in him.
The 24-year-old's current contract with Chelsea runs until 2019.
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The talented winger has been in and out of Antonio Conte's starting XI this season but he still has an admirer in his former boss Mourinho.
According to the Daily Star, United will test the water with a bid to sign him in the transfer window.
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Chelsea are unlikely to want to sell him to their rivals but an offer of around £40m could persuade them into parting with the Brazilian.
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Liverpool will prioritise a move for Bayer Leverkusen winger Julian Brandt in the summer, according to reports.
The report claims a move to sign the Germany Under-21 international will be made easier given the German outfit are struggling to qualify for European football next season through the Bundesliga.
Carl Jenkinson came close to leaving Arsenal last month
The 25-year-old couldn't agree personal terms with the Eagles, despite both clubs agreeing on a fee.
“I think in a number of ways, Palace would have been a good fit,” he told The Telegraph.
“It would have enabled me to play again and that’s all I want: to play football.
“I had a great year with Big Sam [Allardyce, at West Ham], played some of the best football of my career and got on very well with him.
“I’ve got great respect for him as a manager. The opportunity to play under him again was something I was interested in doing. In the end it didn’t pan out.”