The Express (h/t Joe Levy of The Independent) recently reported Ben Yedder has a £35 million release clause in his contract and has agreed personal terms with United.
Meanwhile, per ESPN FC, Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona are also interested in the Frenchman.
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But Monchi has told Cadena Ser (h/t ESPN FC) that Sevilla have yet to be approached:
"There's nothing new. He has one week left of holiday and will report for pre-season on the 13th [July] to travel to the United States. From then on, the [transfer] market is open and there are possibilities for any player of our squad. As of today, no offer has arrived."
Ben Yedder, 28, enjoyed an excellent 2018-19, netting 18 goals and providing nine assists in 35 La Liga appearances:
He also scored eight in eight in the UEFA Europa League.
Current United No. 9 Romelu Lukaku has been strongly linked with a summer departure to Inter Milan:
The Belgian was supplanted as the Red Devils' starting striker by Marcus Rashford last season after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's December appointment as manager.
The Englishman has just signed a new contract at Old Trafford and is likely to be first choice again in 2019-20.
But if Lukaku leaves, the Manchester giants will need a replacement to provide cover and competition for Rashford.
Ben Yedder could be an ideal candidate, not least because, at £35 million, he would be relatively good value in the current market.