Manchester United are reportedly still interested in securing the services of Crystal Palace attacker Alexander Sorloth this summer.
The 24-year-old forward is currently on loan at Turkish outfits Trabzonspor, where he has managed to found back of the net 25 times and provided seven assists in 39 games across all competitions this campaign.
Sorloth’s form at Trabzonspor is in sharp contrast to his record at parent team Crystal Palace, where he scored only once in 20 games before being loaned out.
Nonetheless, a number of Europe’s top teams have been credited with a strong interest in the forward, and Turkish outlet Fanatik claims that the Red Devils are still considering a move when the transfer window will be re-opened in the summer.
Man Utd head-coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is known to be in the market for offensive reinforcements, having been forced to settle for a loan contract for Nigerian forward Odion Ighalo during the winter transfer window.
However, the 20-times English champions could face competition for Sorloth’s services, with Real Madrid, AC Milan, Napoli and Bayern Munich are also keeping tab on his progress.
Trabzonspor have the option to make his loan switch permanent for just £5.35m at the end of the current campaign and are expected to exercise his release clause.
Should they do that then they could sell their forward on immediately for a profit if a bidding war starts.