Wayne Rooney's agent is reportedly in China ahead of a potential Manchester United exit.
The BBC claim Paul Stretford has flown to the Far East to see if he can negotiate a move away from Old Trafford.
It is claimed that Rooney has been told of interest from the Chinese Super League – with clubs willing to make him the world's highest-paid player.
However, any deal before Tuesday's deadline looks unlikely.
That said, should Rooney stay, a summer exit seems inevitable.
The former Everton star has fallen down the pecking order at United under Jose Mourinho and has scored just five goals across all competitions this season.
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Casemiro is on Manchester United's radar ahead of a summer bid
Jose Mourinho is plotting a move for Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro, reports claim.
The ex-Chelsea boss gave the Brazil international his debut at the Spanish giants during his own time at the Bernabeu.
And Transfer Market Web claim Casemiro is on Mourinho's summer wishlist.
United are on the lookout for long-term replacements for Michael Carrick.
With Toni Kroos and Luka Modric above him in the pecking order, Casemiro could secure first-team football elsewhere.
Madrid are keen to keep him and the player is currently contracted until 2021.
Eric Cantona has no remorse over his vicious attack on a Crystal Palace fan
Eric Cantona has claimed he has no regrets over his kung-fu kick on a Crystal Palace fan back in 1995.
The Frenchman's infamous attack on Matt Simmons saw him banned for nine months by the FA.
And though United lose out on the title to Blackburn Rovers in his absence, the former No7 insists he should have kicked the supporter even harder.
“I’ve said before I should have kicked him harder but maybe tomorrow I’ll say something else," he told a Q&A.
“I cannot regret it. It was a great feeling. I learned from it — I think he (Simmons) learned too.
“Nine months was a long time out and I struggled for a time but thanks to Ferguson we won the Double with a new generation."