Manchester United are considering exchanging Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku for either of Paulo Dybala or Mauro Icardi.
Daily Mail claims Lukaku is reportedly excited about the switch as Dybala and Icardi are currently not enjoying the best of time at Juventus and Inter Milan.
Lukaku, at the moment has fallen down the pecking order under interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and the Mirror hinted the Red Devils are ready to let him go.
Under ex-manger Jose Mourinho the Belgian was an important squad member but is now struggling since the arrival of Solskjaer.
Interestingly, Marcus Rashford has stepped up his game under the Norwegian, netting five times in six Premier League games under Solskjaer.
Lukaku was handed a bench role in United's 2-0 defeat by PSG on Tuesday but Solskjaer remains upbeat the Old Trafford dwellers will return to winning ways again.
"I hate losing games, the boys hate it. They've been down, but there's no point dwelling on it. There are big games with good teams coming up and we need to dust ourselves down.
"You've got to bounce back at this club. You always have challenges and away against Chelsea is tough.
"We know there was a spell against PSG, seven or eight minutes, when we lost our way. Apart from that, we weren't too bad," he summed up.