Manchester United have reportedly joined Arsenal in the race for Barcelona target Nicolas Pepe.
France Football claims Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will target the winger this summer if he is made United’s next permanent manager.
Pepe, 23, is a skilful winger who plays for the Ivory Coast and has made a huge name for himself in Ligue 1.
The ace has scored 16 goals and provided eight assists in just 25 matches this term.
And he could soon be set for a mega-money move to Old Trafford.
Arsenal are also interested in Pepe, with Mesut Ozil’s future in doubt.
Meanwhile, Barcelona have long been linked with the wide man.
The Spanish giants are targeting a number of signings this summer.
They are hopeful of landing Adrien Rabiot from PSG, despite withdrawing their latest contract offer due to wage differences.
Elsewhere, Filipe Luis could join from Atletico Madrid when his contract expires in July.