Inter Milan have named their price for Manchester United target Ivan Perisic, and set a deadline of this Friday for the Premier League side to meet it.
Gazzetta dello Sport have reported that the Serie A giants are demanding €50m for the Croatian midfielder.
The deadline comes as Inter need to raise money to comply with Financial Fair Play rules, but that only applies until the end of the month.
Inter not giving Manchester United any discounts on Ivan Perisic - staying firm at €50m. If he is sold, it must be before June 30th.— Matteo Bonetti (@TheCalcioGuy) June 26, 2017
And if Perisic is not sold before the deadline on Friday, Inter may look to sell other assets to raise the required funds.
United have been strongly linked with the 28-year-old winger throughout the summer, and were expected to have completed a deal after manager Jose Mourinho spoke to the player.
But no deal has yet been agreed, with Inter likely to prove even more stringent over a fee following the end of the month.
Mourinho is reportedly in regular contact with the Inter hierarchy, although it is not clear whether United will be prepared to meet their demands for Perisic.
The former Borussia Dortmund and Wolfsburg wide man is believed to be keen on a move to United, but the completion of a deal appears to be growing increasingly uncertain.
Should United fail to sign Perisic, they are expected to turn their attention towards Italy Under-21 star Federico Bernardeschi.