With the January transfer window now safely behind us all, there’s been no time wasted in starting rumours for the summer.

Manchester United aren’t as involved as they usually are, with the Old Trafford club often the subject of more rumours than any other Premier League side. That’s not been the case for a while in the European media, partly because there’s uncertainty over what steps the Red Devils will take from here, mainly when it comes to appointing a manager.

There’s still some rumours around, and some are as outlandish as ever.

Italian journalist Enrico Camelio has been speaking to CMTV, in words picked up by JuveLive, and linked Ralf Rangnick’s side with a move for Nicolo Zaniolo.

The 22-year-old plays for AS Roma, and can operate in midfield or on the right. He has a contract lasting until June 2024 and is considered one of the great hopes of Italian football.

Camelio is quoted as saying: “Juve asked for information, but did not speak to Roma. A team from Milan also asked for information. If €50m arrives, Rome sells him. The only one that has actually moved is Manchester United, the others have only asked for information.”

What ‘actually moved’ means isn’t clear, and JuveLive go on to say the English side are ready to make an ‘important investment’ in the player.