According to the Mirror, United are willing to offer Tottenham one final bid of £60m and will withdraw their interest in the England global if Mauricio Pochettino's side continue to resist the Red Devils' advances. The Portuguese coach wants to have options for holding midfield position, despite offering Michael Carrick an extension till 2018.
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Spurs have recently sold right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for £50m and have been adamant throughout the summer that no player would be sold against their wishes, despite United's continued interest in Dier.
But The Mirror claim United are preparing to test the waters again with an improved £60m offer to tempt the London club into selling.
Nursey writes that: 'Dier is understood to be keen on the move up north despite only signing a five year contract with Spurs last September worth around £70,000-a-week'.