Manchester United are already preparing for life without Wayne Rooney with Fernando Llorente their target this January.
The Athletic Bilbao striker has caught the eyes of potential suitors after scoring three goals in two games for Spain in the Euro 2012 qualifiers.
According to Spanish publication Marca, the Premier League giants are among the clubs interested in the 25-year-old whom they see as a replacement for Rooney.
Reports also claimed Llorente has been seen speaking with Martin Ferguson, son of United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
However, Bilbao are reportedly asking for around €36 million for their star striker, which could put off the interest of United, who are not in the best of financial health.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid and Barcelona are also believed to be hot on the heels of the hitman.
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Well, I think the Premier League is a great opportunity for Fernando, but I'd rather see him in a team like Chelsea than in Man Utd, he'll do great wherever he goes and has a bright future ahead of him