Manchester United are still interested in Leicester City and England centre-back Harry Maguire, according to the BBC.
Foxes boss Brendan Rodgers does not want to sell the central defender this summer and is keen to get Leicester a place in Europe.
Maguire would be a difficult defender to replace due to his excellent displays for club and country over the last few seasons.
The centre-back signed a five-year deal at the King Power Stadium last September, keeping him contracted to the Foxes until 2023.
Leicester currently value the centre back at £70 million, with both Manchester City and Manchester United keen on the powerful defender.
United felt the price tag was too much last summer when they showed their initial interest, but it is believed that new boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is a huge admirer of the 26-year-old.
With Manchester United having a huge clear out this summer, Maguire and Crystal Palace youngster Aaron Wan-Bissaka have emerged as two of United’s top defensive transfer targets.
Harry Maguire's career to date
A boyhood Blade
Maguire started his career at his boyhood club Sheffield United where he stayed from 2010- 2014.
Maguire broke into the Sheffield team at just 18 and made over 100 appearances in League 1 for the Blades.
A move to the Tigers
Steve Bruce signed Maguire, and although he didn’t feature much in his first season, the following season in the Championship was massive for the defender.
Hull won promotion back to the Premier League and Maguire was a key part of that with his ability to play the ball from the back.
A World Cup to remember
Gareth Southgate placed his trust in Maguire in the World Cup and it paid off, helping England reach the semi-final with consistent displays throughout the competition.
Time at the Foxes
Maguire joined Leicester from Hull City in 2017 where he has been an ever-present centre-back who dominates in the air and has the ability to play out from the back.
His time at Leicester has now got him linked with moves to Manchester United and Manchester City.