Inter Milan duo Yuto Nagatomo and Fredy Guarin are reportedly targets for Manchester United.
Guarin has been linked with Chelsea throughout the January transfer window and has already confirmed that he is aware of talks between his agent and Blues boss Jose Mourinho.
But United have also been showing interest in the Colombia international for some time, and according to Sport Mediaset, Old Trafford officials are prepared to pay €24million to sign both Guarin and team-mate Nagatomo.
Nagatomo, 27, primarily plays as a left wingback, and United's reported interest in the Japan international comes following reports in the British press suggesting Patrice Evra could leave the club at the end of the season.
Several Inter officials have this month stated that Guarin is not for sale, but while club president Erick Thohir is keen to keep hold of him, he has this week refused to completely rule out a sale during the January transfer window.
"Guarin is a great player and we would like to keep him here at Inter," Thohir told Liputan 6.
"But when there are offers from big clubs we need to think about it.
"We cannot keep Guarin at Inter if his heart isn't with this club."