Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side have been strongly linked with a move for highly-rated Crystal Palace youngster Wan-Bissaka, reportedly seeing an opening bid in excess of £40m rejected for the England U21 worldwide.
Wan-Bissaka's widely reported desire to move to Old Trafford had brought Palace to the negotiating table.
The 23-year-old played 43 times for PSV last season, scoring four goals and adding seven assists. The 20-time English champions are in need of a new right-back, with Antonio Valencia leaving the club and Ashley Young looking well past his prime this past season.
According to the Mirror, the Red Devils rejected £50m bid for Aaron saw them approach Elseid instead as an alternative signing, though they'll have to fight off Atletico Madrid who are also interested.
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United were this week told by Palace they would have to up their original offer to £45m plus £5m in add-ons to land the talented right back.
Late goals from Jonathan Ikone and the Wan-Bissaka own goal put France in the lead after Phil Foden had opened the scoring for England early in the second half.
Crystal Palace are now holding out for a £50 million price tag for their fullback and United believe that if they don't lower their demands, Hysaj could be a good alternative. This would make Wan-Bissaka the most expensive specialist full-back in the world, with the transfer fee set to eclipse the €57.5 million Manchester City paid AS Monaco for Benjamin Mendy.