Manchester United to break bank for Bundesliga star?

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Manchester United to break bank for Bundesliga star?

The latest transfer rumours see Louis van Gaal's side linked with a mega-money move for a star Bundesliga striker.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has emerged as a summer target for United, according to the Daily Mirror. The 26-year-old Borussia Dortmund striker, who has bagged 20 Bundesliga goals this season, is set to cost the club a whopping £60million.

One player that could be heading out of Old Trafford is Juan Mata. The Express are reporting that the Spanish midfielder is a target for Atletico Madrid, and talks between the two clubs are due to begin.

Louis van Gaal's scouts, along with eyes from both Liverpool and Arsenal, watched Benfica’s teenage midfielder Renato Sanches last Friday night according to the Express. The starlet, who was heavily linked with the Red Devils in January, provided the assist for Benfica’s only goal as they lost 2-1 to Porto.

A Champions League spot and city rivalry is not the only thing United and Manchester City are fighting out for as the Mirror reports the two clubs will do battle for Southampton's Sadio Mane in the summer. The 23-year-old could cost £30million.

The Express reports Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson has revealed that Daniel Sturridge, who scored the opener in Liverpool's 6-0 demolishment of Aston Villa on Saturday, was extremely "hurt" by accusations regarding his commitment to the Reds during his prolonged injury battle.

Eden Hazard's time at Chelsea looks set to be ending as he spoke of his desire for a move to Paris St Germain (various). The 25-year-old has been a shadow of the player that swept the board in last season's awards, but has been warned by boss Guus Hiddink to knuckle down at Stamford Bridge.

Former Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko could be heading to Besiktas in the summer. The Gazzetta dello Sport reports that the Roma man will head to Turkey in the summer as a replacement for Mario Gomez.

Finally, Nikica Jelavic is the latest in a growing line of Premier League players to make the switch to China, with the Daily Mail reporting that he has secured a £4million to Chinese second division side Beijing Renhe.