Manchester United have been warned that they will have to pay in excess of €62m if they want to acquire the services of Bruno Fernandes.
The Sporting CP star is high on Manchester United's transfer list, with reports indicating they have already submitted an initial bid.
The club's President Frederico Varandas is, however, adamant that the player will only be allowed to leave if the right fee is met.
“I don’t know if there are many or if there are few [interested clubs],” he told RTP.
“What I know, a lot has been spoken of values, coming to the press, €55m, €62m… for that, he doesn’t leave, for sure,"
“If Bruno Fernandes leaves, players with quality will come. But if Bruno leaves,”
Solskjaer is keen on signing the Portugues international as a possible replacement for wantaway midfielder Paul Pogba but has in the recent past insisted the club will not overpay for players.
The Norwegian has already signed Daniel James from Swansea and Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace in a combined fee of £65 million.
The team is currently preparing for the start of the English Premier League and will face Chelsea in their opening fixture on August 11.