Manchester United have agreed personal terms with PSG right-back Serge Aurier, according to reports.
But any move for the Ivorian, 24, is subject to the outcome of his court case, reports Paris United.
Aurier was banned from entering the UK after being convicted of assault, following his arrest in May last year.
The controversial defender was found guilty of assaulting a police officer outside a nightclub in Paris after he was stopped to take a breath test.
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It meant he was unable to travel to England for PSG’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal in November.
Aurier has since appealed against the conviction and has a hearing scheduled for August 7 to determine whether or not his travel ban has been lifted.
PSG allowed Aurier to find another club following the arrival of Dani Alves on a free this summer.
United are looking for a new right-back to challenge Antonio Valencia and ultimately succeed him.
Jose Mourinho still wants a few new faces before the season kicks off in a fortnight.
A picture yesterday emerged suggesting Nemanja Matic was on the brink of signing for United.
It showed the Chelsea midfielder in a new Red Devils training kit.
But Mourinho has been knocked back in his pursuit of Inter Milan winger Ivan Perisic after boss Luciani Spalletti claimed: “The topic is over.”
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