Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger is attracting interest from two Premier League clubs ahead of the summer.
The German has entered the final four months of his contract, and the Blues can’t negotiate a possible extension.
The club are currently banned due to the sanctions on owner Roman Abramovich. It will be reversed with a takeover.
Still, there are no assurances that Rudiger will commit his future, having declined a new deal for a number of months.
It is now reported by Sky Sports that Rudiger is attracting interest from two Premier League clubs which are unnamed.
However, one of those could be Manchester United, considering it has been claimed that Ralf Rangnick is big admirer.
Rangnick will step down from his interim role at Old Trafford this summer, but will then take up a consultant position for the next two years.
The new manager will have some authority over the summer signings, but Rangnick is likely to make his own recommendations.