Manchester United have pulled out of the race to sign Marko Arnautovic, according to reports.
The Premier League side had been keen to sign the Bologna striker as new manager Erik ten Hag looks to strengthen his forward options.
But, as reported by Athletic, the Serie A side’s asking price for the Austrian and ‘fan complaints’ about the player have contributed to United withdrawing from their pursuit.
Bologna had rejected an eight million euro offer from the Red Devils this weekend and were reportedly expecting United to make a better offer.
Twente when the Dutch coach was Steve McClaren’s assistant. Arnautovic scored 14 goals in 41 appearances in 2008-09 before joining Jose Mourinho’s Inter.