Do the Foxes have the finances?
Maguire has impressed with both Hull and Leicester in the Premier League in the previous two seasons but he reached cult status for England at the World Cup and fans of any club would be happy to sign Slabhead.
Today, United are ready to make their move for Harry Maguire...
Leicester boss Claude Puel has commenced behind the scene moves for potential replacement with the likes of Barcelona's Yerry Mina and Chelsea's Gary Cahill on his wish list.
A chance of Sunday showers and storms
Thursday and Friday should remain sunny, although there's another chance for showers and thunderstorms this weekend. In addition, there may be some vivid lightning and damaging, straight-line wind gusts within any of these storms.
Maguire, who only arrived at the King Power stadium past year in a £17m move from Hull City, has become one of the hottest properties in the English game after his standout performances in the World Cup and the Mail says Mourinho was mightily impressed by his "mental toughness".
Backed by Southgate at the start of England's World Cup campaign, Maguire produced a host of authoritative performances at the heart of the Three Lions defence, and he also showed his goal-scoring prowess from corners, as he headed England ahead against Sweden in the quarter-final.
Selling either Jones or Smalling would be the ideal scenario for us but paying £65million for a player with a couple of decent seasons in the Premier League might seem a bit excessive. Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich are also interested in Martial.
Valencia has been United's regular right-back since Mourinho took charge at Old Trafford in 2016.