Manchester United have reportedly joined Arsenal in the race to sign Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby this summer.
The Frenchman was on the Gunners radar in January, but they were put off by the £85 million price tag for his services.
Leverkusen have now reduced their asking price to £65m, but it seems the Gunners could face competition for him.
According to The Mail, United have joined the hunt for the Frenchman, who is comfortable playing from either wing.
The 23-year-old managed 14 goals and 11 assists for his club last term, and he is now eyeing a bigger challenge elsewhere.
Leverkusen are also prepared to sanction his sale as they look to recoup funds to spend on new signings in the summer.
United are yet to make any sort of approach and reports claim that they could delay talks until the takeover saga is done.
The Red Devils should receive a decision on the ownership in the coming days. The Glazers are likely to sell the club.