Premier League side Brighton have placed a £50million valuation on Manchester United transfer target Ben White.
White was called-up as Trent Alexander-Arnold’s replacement for England’s Euros squad.
The call-up builds on White’s impressive first season in the Premier League, which has also attracted interest from Arsenal and Liverpool.
While Brighton are keen on keeping White, an offer of £50million would be too good to turn down.
In a recent interview Brighton chief executive Paul Barber admitted: “We know some of our best players aren’t going to be with us for ever and, if the right offer comes along and they want to leave, then they can go.”