Four clubs have lodged bids for Manchester City and Manchester United target Hirving Lozano, according to the player’s agent.
City were reported to be interested in Mexico winger Lozano on Monday, with Sky Sports claiming a deal was ‘close’.
United courted the Pachuca winger last summer, and the player’s father even stated that the move to Old Trafford was “done”.
It never materialised however, and Lozano stayed in Mexico this past summer, scoring 18 goals and assisting a further seven in 30 appearances.
The 21-year-old stated in April that the club he would “like most” to join is United, and his agent has revealed that four clubs have made bids for his services.
“At this moment, I can only say that Benfica is a possibility for Lozano,” Andres Fassi told Portuguese publication Record.
“We have an offer from Benfica, but there are others from PSV, Celta and Real Sociedad.
“I can tell you that the offer from Benfica is not the highest but the player will also have a say in this. It’s certain that he’ll go to Europe this summer. We also have offers from Mexico, but Lozano feels as though he is at a level to make the leap to a more competitive league.”