Manchester United have reportedly submitted a final bid for Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld.
The Red Devils have allegedly been attempting to sign a new centre-back for a number of weeks, with Alderweireld joining Leicester City's Harry Maguire and Bayern Munich man Jerome Boateng on the club's list of top targets.
United have been unsuccessful so far with their efforts to sign Alderweireld, but according to The Mirror, a final offer of around £40m has been sent to Spurs chairman Daniel Levy.
The newspaper adds that United are unwilling to spend more than that sum on the player, who is said to be valued at more than £50m by his current employers.
Alderweireld has one year left on his current deal, after which the defender will be available for around £23m as per his release clause.