The Times report that Southampton have given United permission to talk to the former Juventus ace, who joined two years ago for a then-club record fee of £18m from them. He has made it clear in a series of interviews recently that his intention is to leave the club, and reaffirmed the news in a fresh and open discussion with France Football most recently. The coach put his team together.
He registered just one goal and one assist in the Premier League last season.
In spite of those numbers, Lemina said: 'I am truly looking to find consistency again, to become an important player in a team again with big objectives.
"I want to show everyone what I can do".
'I aspire to play in the very biggest clubs, now we will see what is offered to me. "They are giving me the opportunity to be able to go elsewhere". "But it is true that I do not rule out the possibility of seeing something else", he said. "I stand by my plan, I made a decision to tell the leaders that I wanted to leave, there is no turning back", Lemina explained.