Dayot Upamecano has liked a post on social media saying Manchester United are likely to sign him next summer.
Upamecano has been the subject of intense transfer speculation with a host of Europe's elite keeping tabs on him ahead of the summer window.
Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich, among others, are thought to be interested in snapping up the highly-rated defender.
Not to mention The Red Devils who are likely to secure the player's services next summer according to reports in Germany.
A United fan account shared the rumour online with the RB Leipzig star liking the post on Instagram.
Dayot Upamecano has liked an Instagram post which suggests he is likely to be signed by Manchester United. #MUFC pic.twitter.com/44l5ieq2H7
- mufcmpb (@mufcMPB) November 21, 2020
Naturally, Upamecano's social media activity got United fans talking.
So Upamecano liked this on Insta... pic.twitter.com/47adGDBfR3
- Mark Goldbridge (@markgoldbridge) November 21, 2020
No way Upamecano liked a pic of him being linked to mufc.:eyes:
- ♕ (@adoresmufc) November 21, 2020
One Twitter user wrote: "This would be some signing."
A second tweeted: "I want Upamecano more than Sancho! I beg this happens."
A third added: "Ed Woodward must do something about this."
It's believed that Upamecano has a £40 million release clause in his contract.
And the 22-year-old is expecting offers after impressing for the Bundesliga outfit.
The Frenchman has been at Leipzig since 2016, making 118 appearances for them as he guided his side to the Champions League semi-final last season.
He's regarded as one of the finest defenders in world football with a move away from Germany looking likely when the summer transfer window reopens.
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