Manchester United have been searching desperately for a defender.
Constant rumours of the likes of Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire and Yerry Mina have been floating around the corner.
The Red Devils have only signed three players so far this summer as they look to try and build a squad capable of winning the title next term. Alderweireld is keen on the move, with a massive bump in pay expected to come his way upon the transfer's completion.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is demanding £60million for the centre-back, who is desperately wanted by United.
£35m deal for Yerry Mina cancelled after major disagreement
Clubs across the county are looking to acquire new talent ahead of the 2018/19 season including Jose Mourinho's United. Russo apparently demanded increased agent's fees and as a result Mina appears set to stay at the Camp Nou.
This summer the club have also since signed Clement Lenglet from Sevilla, a move that would make first-team opportunities for Mina even more hard.
The Colombia worldwide has been seeking a move away from the Liga champions all summer after a disappointing time at the club following his January arrival from Palmeiras.
The defender did have a strong 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign, as he played an important hand in leading Belgium to the third-place finish in this summer's showpiece event.
With the two Premier League clubs having rescinded their offers, it now leaves Mina with no suitors at the current time. The Belgian International seems to have fallen out with Tottenham and talks over a new contract have been stalled for the past couple of months.