Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas says striker Alexandre Lacazette is free to join Manchester United if Jose Mourinho makes an acceptable offer.
The France international is ready to leave the Ligue 1 club at the end of the season and undertake a new challenge.
Arsenal and West Ham pursued the 25-year-old last summer but failed to match Lyon’s valuation, as the French outfit are said to value Lacazette at £60million.
United are set to prioritise a move for Antoine Griezmann, but Lyon have outlined they will allow their star goalscorer to go if one of Europe’s elite meet his price-tag.
“If Barcelona or Manchester United one day make an offer commensurate with what Alex is worth to our club, no-one will stand in his way,” Aulas said.
Alexandre Lacazette, Luke Shaw and Antoine Griezmann all feature in our Manchester United News
Tottenham are reportedly prepared to swoop for Luke Shaw if he fails to earn back his place in the team at United.
The left-back has fallen out of favour with Jose Mourinho, having featured just once in all competitions since late November.
Despite being fit and available of late, the likes of Matteo Darmian, Marcos Rojo and Daley Blind have been preferred.
And according to Yahoo Sport, if £27m Shaw continues to sit out at Old Trafford, Spurs are waiting to offer a route out.
In north London, Shaw would compete with England team-mate Danny Rose for game time.
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Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo says Antoine Griezmann is happy under Diego Simeone
Griezmann will be at Atletico for a long time
Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo insists Griezmann will not be joining United any time soon.
Mourinho aims to meet the La Liga star’s buy-out clause worth £86m to bring him to Old Trafford and lead the Red Devils’ line.
However, Atletico are putting up a fight to keep their top goalscorer, despite claims suggesting a deal with United has been agreed in principle too.
"Antoine is a fantastic player and loves life at Atletico,” Cerezo told Spanish radio station Cadena COPE.
“I don't know what Manchester United's interest is. But Griezmann will be at Atletico for a long time.”