Amid all the speculation surrounding what Manchester United will do on the transfer market, bolstering the right-wing appears to be a priority.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear he cannot drop Mason Greenwood for the time being, but in the event of a Jadon Sancho arrival, things could change.

Then again, there are no guarantees United will be able to land the Englishman this summer even if they want to, which is why a number of alternatives will also be looked at.

Ousmane Dembélé appears to be the latest one, but there’s also been multiple reports in Italy of an interest in Federico Chiesa, with a first bid already made.

La Nazione have been the frontrunners with the story, but Corriere Fiorentino also appear to have heard of the Red Devils’ interest on Friday.

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They look at where the forward could end up this summer, first starting with Inter, but, following their recent acquisition of Achraf Hakimi, ‘they seem to have turned their attention to other objectives’.

Juventus have been in the mix for a while, but the price requested by owner Rocco B. Commisso of €60-70m has put them off.

Corriere Fiorentino then add ‘of course, the English possibilities remains, Manchester United above all’.

There is a slight hiccup, however, as they state that ‘to this date, both Federico and his father have always made it clear they do not want to consider a transfer abroad’.

That means that if United do really want Chiesa should their attempts for Sancho fail, they will need to be extra convincing to get the Italy international to England.

The situation is then described as a ‘nice mess’, and it will be up to the owner, Commisso, to ‘face the matter directly’ when he next returns to Florence.