Manchester United are eyeing a move for Barcelona star Sergio Busquets, according to the Metro.
The twenty-seven year old is yet to be offered a new deal at the Nou Camp, despite holding out for a pay increase and the Red Devils are ready to launch a big-money bid.
Manchester City and Paris Saint Germain are also interested in agreeing a deal for the midfielder, with the former about to be managed by Pep Guardiola, who worked with Busquets for four years in Catalonia.
The Spain international has racked up three hundred and seventy appearances for Barca in all competitions, scoring twelve times and has won a whole host of major honors with the club including five La Liga titles, three Spanish cups and three Champions Leagues.
He has been capped eighty-two times for his country, scoring twice and was part of the squads that triumphed in both the 2010 World Cup and 2012 European Championships.