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Joao Mario
Joao Mario



And that would hand Manchester United a boost in pursuit of their reported target.

Reports in Italy have previously linked United with a swap deal for Portuguese playmaker Mario – with Henrikh Mkhitaryan going the other way.

Corriere dello Sport claim Mario is being lined up as a January replacement after Mkhi was dropped from the squad for the Manchester derby.

He has also been linked with a £26million move to Arsenal.

Inter paid £40m to Sporting for Mario, 24, in 2016 and would look to recoup that fee.

Despite his huge price tag, the 31-cap Euro 2016 winner has seen himself relegated to the bench this season.

Paris Saint-Germain and Arsenal are also monitoring Mario’s situation as the highly-rated midfielder looks to kick-start his career elsewhere.

Inter sporting director Walter Sabatini said: “Joao has some issues with the lack of playing time.

“We don’t want to lose him. He is our player and we want to keep him.”

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Juventus are hoping to persuade Liverpool to sell Emre Can in January, rather than losing the German for nothing in the summer.

Can, who scored in the Reds’ 5-1 thumping of Brighton at the weekend, is out of contract at the end of the season.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is still determined to keep the German international at Anfield, last week declaring it was important that Can was persuaded to stay.

However, negotiations between Can’s representatives and the Merseysiders’ have been at a standstill for some time.

That has seen a number of clubs, including Can’s former side Bayern Munich and Spanish champions Real Madrid, mentioned as potential suitors.

But it is Juve who have held the longest interest in the versatile former Bayer Leverkusen star, and according to Corriere dello Sport they are keen to press ahead with a move next month.

The Bianconeri don’t want to be drawn into an auction for Can’s services and hope to persuade Liverpool by paying a ‘small sum’, rather than waiting for what has been deemed an ‘auction’ next summer.

However, that is unlikely to spark any interest at Anfield, unless it is in excess of £15-20million. Even then it may not be enough to persuade Klopp, who wants to continue building and is determined not to let his star men leave.

“We want to keep him,” said the German last month. “We have to be as attractive as possible as a club.”