Roma coach Jose Mourinho is seeking a reunion with Eric Bailly and Manchester United have reportedly set the price-tag at €10m.
The centre-back was one of the first players that Mourinho brought in at Old Trafford in the summer of 2016, a transfer that cost United €38m to get him from Villarreal.
With a contract running to June 2024, and an option for a further year, the 28-year-old has dropped down the pecking order at Manchester United in recent years and is on the market.
According to Mirror Football, the asking price is believed to be circa €10m, although Roma may well request a loan with option to buy first.
The Ivory Coast international made only seven appearances for Manchester United last season, for a grand total of just 487 minutes of football.
It would also be a reunion for Bailly with former United defender Chris Smalling, who has found a new lease of life at the Stadio Olimpico, winning the Europa Conference League.
Bailly has also been mentioned as a possible loan deal for Milan, although they seem to be looking at other targets.