Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms with Lucas Moura ahead of a potential £35million move from Paris Saint-Germain.
Jose Mourinho is desperately trying to bolster his attacking ranks this January after missing out on a winger in the summer.
And now the Brazilian has agreed to leave the French capital for Old Trafford, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
However, United and PSG remain locked in talks as they aim to thrash out an agreement over the fee for the winger.
Lucas, 25, has played just 72 minutes in Ligue 1 this season.
After their heavy outlay in the summer, including the world-record signing of Neymar for £198m, PSG are willing to allow him to leave to help go towards balancing the books with financial fair play in mind.
It is believed that the Red Devils only want Lucas to initially join on loan until the end of the season with an option of a permanent deal.
But PSG are only interested in doing business upfront.
They have set their price at £35m and are determined not to budge.
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However, they are aware that he only has two years remaining on his contract at Parc des Princes.
That means that the Ligue 1 leaders could accept a lower fee for the Lucas.
Meanwhile, a move to the Red Devils is not set in stone – even though he has reached an agreement with them.
United are just one of the English sides his representatives have been in discussions with.
Le Parisien have claimed that the South American’s entourage have also spoke with Liverpool.
Lucas has scored 45 goals in 228 appearances for PSG.
He joined them back in 2013 from Sao Paulo.
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