Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will reportedly have the final say on whether Manchester United make a formal approach for Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek.
The 23-year-old's future is a hot topic of debate following the premature end to the Eredivisie campaign last week.
Real Madrid were the rumoured frontrunners to sign Van de Beek, but the player's agent recently hinted that a move could be in doubt due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Mundo Deportivo claims that Juventus and United are the other two possible options for the Netherlands international, though both teams have yet to step forward with an offer.
Juve are allegedly waiting to see if Paulo Dybala departs the club before stepping up their interest in Van de Beek, while United are monitoring Paul Pogba's situation.
The United hierarchy will supposedly let Solskjaer decide whether to move for the Ajax ace, but any decision is unlikely to be made before football is given the green light to resume.