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Manchester United in £26million bid to sign player wanted by Jose Mourinho last summer

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Manchester United have been encouraged to make a move for Renato Sanches after Bayern Munich lowered the midfielder’s asking price, according to Metro.

The 19-year-old was not selected for the Confederations Cup in Russia and is instead in action with Portugal at the Under-21 European Championship.

He is available for £26million according to recent reports.

Last year, the Portuguese confirmed that he wanted to sign the youngster but signed for Manchester United when it was too late.

"I arrived late, I signed in May, we started talking a week before, but completely out of the process. If I had arrived earlier, I'd fight for him," Mourinho told SportTV.

"Manchester United watched Renato many times and maybe I did it even more. In so much time at home, I watched many Benfica and Portuguese league games, I got to know the boy better with time."

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