Following the emergence of Mason Greenwood this summer, Manchester United will still consider offers for Romelu Lukaku, but may not replace the striker if he leaves, ESPN reports.
Lukaku's proposed move to Juventus is on the verge of collapse after United pulled out of talks to bring Paulo Dybala to Old Trafford as part of the deal.
A move for Striker Mario Mandzukic has not been completely ruled out but it is believed the relationship between the two clubs is now strained.
If Lukaku does leave, he is more likely to join Inter Milan although there are serious doubts over whether they have the money to meet the £80m asking price.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is open to the idea of replacing Lukaku before Thursday's transfer deadline, but is also prepared to put his faith in 17-year-old Greenwood.
The forward, who made his senior debut last season, has impressed this summer after scoring goals against Leeds United and Inter Milan.