Manchester United are not interested in signing Arthur Melo from Juventus, claims Fabrizio Romano.
Corriere dello Sport claimed that Man United have made an offer to Juve to sign Arthur on a six-month loan deal.
Though Manchester United are planning on adding fresh legs in the midfield, they have no interest in bringing Arthur to Old Trafford.
The Brazil international, who moved to Juventus in a reported 72 million euros transfer fee in 2020, has struggled to be a regular starter at Turin.
He has only managed nine appearances in Serie A and four in the Champions League this season and has no goal or assist to his name.
The likes of Ruben Neves, Denis Zakaria, and John McGinn have all been linked with moves to Manchester United.
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Manchester United are increasingly unlikely to sign a player this month, given the number of options they currently have in each of the positions.
Anthony Martial and Amad Diallo have left the club to join Sevilla and Rangers respectively on loan and the likes of Jesse Lingard and Donny van de Beek could also make a move before the transfer deadline on February 3.
Lingard has interest from Newcastle United while Van de Beek could be joining Crystal Palace or Everton this month on loan.