Manchester United are interested in signing Italy international right-back Matteo Darmian, sources in Italy told ESPN FC.
Torino say they have received three offers for the 25-year-old and that the defender's future must be decided by Sunday.
United have turned their attention to Darmian after ruling out a move for Nathaniel Clyne, who had been a target but subsequently left Southampton for Liverpool, and after Dani Alves signed a new contract at Barcelona .
Torino have acquired Nigerian international Joel Obi from Inter Milan on a permanent transfer, the Turin outfit have announced.
Obi, 24, has put pen to paper on a four-year deal and joins the Granata in a reported €2.4 million fee.
A statement from Torino read: "Joel Obi has completed a medical before signing a four-year deal to join Torino on a permanent transfer from Inter Milan.
"Obi will be join his new team in preseason training on July 8."
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