Manchester United have not given up on their pursuit of Newcastle midfielder Sean Longstaff, according to Sky Sports.
The Magpies are demanding £50m for the 21-year-old, who performed impressively after making his first-team breakthrough last season.
United had hoped to acquire the Englishman for around £18m, but Newcastle are holding out for more than double that amount.
The northeast outfit believe Longstaff is worth as much as Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who moved to Old Trafford from Crystal Palace for £50m.
And with the midfielder under contract at St James' Park until 2022, Newcastle are reluctant to sell.
However, United are still hopeful of agreeing a deal despite the two clubs' difference in valuations.
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