Real Madrid have been linked with a move for Manchester United youngster Marcus Rashford in a bid to strengthen their attack.
Following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo last summer, Los Blancos have been in the market to add more firepower in the final third.
According to The Sun, Real Madrid have enquired after Rashford and are willing to invest 100 million euros to bring him to the club.
The same report suggests that the 21-year-old is unwilling to negotiate a new contract with the Red Devils, on the back of Anthony Martial agreeing on a five-year extension.
It is claimed that Los Blancos have already made contact with the striker’s entourage, following coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refusing to rule out a summer exit for the England international.
Rashford currently earns 68,000 euros per week as part of his contract with United, which runs until the end of next season with the option for a further year.
The English club are keen to renew his contract and substantially increase his salary.