Gazzetta dello Sport and France's Canal+.
Factor in United's need for a right-sided winger and the deal seems like a no-brainer, but a lot of United fans on Twitter have one reason why they don't want Moura.
Moura will be looking for a fresh start after his career has stagnated at the Parisian giants.
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It is believed that a sum in the range of €25 million will be agreed by the two clubs.
The French publication claim that Lucas Moura's entourage are pushing him towards a switch to Anfield in the belief that the Merseyside outfit will be more willing to meet his asking price, having just sold Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for a staggering £145 million. However, sources have told me that they were hoping to land him on-loan with a view to a permanent deal - something which at this moment in time PSG have rejected.
Whilst still in the initial stages, Manchester United fans have welcomed the Lucas Moura news as the Brazilian is still a player with potential.
Secondly, with the wealth of attacking talent in the French capital, Moura has only made six appearances off the bench this season and would be eligible for United in the Champions League.
And, under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, Lucas Moura could well impress in the Premier League.