Lazio president Claudio Lotito has remained coy on potentially signing Manchester United attacker Mason Greenwood but insisted that he will not sell any dreams to anyone.


Manchester United want to sell Greenwood this summer and have received several enquiries from clubs across Europe this summer.


Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Napoli have shown an interest in the attacker, who had a solid season on loan at Getafe last season.



Lazio are also interested but Manchester United have not warmed up to their offer of 20m plus a 50 per cent sell-on.


Manchester United want at least €35m before agreeing to sell and for the moment, Lazio do not want to spend such figures on Greenwood.



Lotito is personally driving Lazio’s pursuit of the attacker but has insisted that he is not going to sell unrealistic dreams to the club’s fans.


Asked about Lazio’s pursuit of Greenwood, the club president was quoted as saying by Italian outlet Tutto Mercato: “I have always said that I don’t sell dreams but solid realities.



“I try to translate dreams into concrete facts.”


Lazio are willing to look at alternative targets in the coming days if Manchester United do not show a willingness to compromise on the asking price.