Crystal Palace have put a £60m price tag on Aaron Wan-Bissaka in an attempt to fend of interest from Manchester United, according to the Mail on Sunday.
The right-back has been brilliant for Palace this season and has been linked with several top clubs as a result.
As well as United, Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal have also been linked with Wan-Bissaka in recent months.
He has been touted as a possible replacement for Cesar Azpilicueta at Chelsea, while Arsenal have also been reported to be considering tabling a bid.
The Mail on Sunday say Palace are resigned to losing Wilfried Zaha, who has made it clear he wants to leave Selhurst Park this summer, and that the club are determined not to lose both players.
The newspaper say Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer therefore faces a dilemma over whether to continue pursuing Wan-Bissaka, turn his attention to other right-backs or give a chance to youngster Diogo Dalot.
Meanwhile, the Sunday Times say Manchester City are strongly interested in a potential deal for Wan-Bissaka.
It is claimed that City are looking to offload some members of their squad in order to bring in Wan-Bissaka and Leicester City’s England defender Harry Maguire.