Manchester United, Arsenal & Leicester City Southampton midfielder

Manchester United, Arsenal & Leicester City Southampton midfielder

Manchester United, Arsenal & Leicester City Southampton midfielder

Lemina has told Southampton of his desire to leave the club after being dropped from the club's pre-season tour squad.

The Austrian coach is taking them to his homeland but the 25-year-old is still in England.

The Englishman is probably the more ideal target but rumours have claimed the Magpies are looking for £50m which is seemingly above and beyond United's evaluation of him. After Lemina revealed his desire to leave, Man United have chose to press ahead with this deal.

The Gabon global is also wanted by Arsenal and Leicester City this summer, according to The Telegraph.

However, despite being halfway across the world, Solskjaer hasn't taken a break from the business of strengthening his squad with The Times reporting the Red Devils are after Southampton midfielder, Mario Lemina.

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United, Arsenal and Leicester City are believed to have shown interest in Lemina, who joined Southampton two years ago from Juventus in a deal worth up to around £18 million.

However, with numerous other sides also keen on the player, Arsenal may well decide against becoming involved in a bidding war for the out of favour Saints man.

Lemina admitted last week: saying: "I still have another three years of contract".

'The last four months have not been easy for me, with my injury. Ander Herrera has left for Paris St-Germain whereas both Nemanja Matic and Fred had an underwhelming campaign deep down the midfield. I want to start afresh.

"We have very good discussions with the club".

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