Manchester United are reportedly set to offload Argentine worldwide Marcos Rojo to Wolves, as they look to fund a move for Harry Maguire.
United boss Mourinho said on Wednesday that the Italy worldwide could leave Old Trafford "but not at any price".
The Argentina global returned to Carrington this week following a holiday in Mexico instead of joining the club's U.S. tour.
As per The Manchester Evening News, United would have to first offload one of their existing centre-backs before making an approach for the Englishman.
And with the clock ticking down to the 9 August transfer deadline, the Foxes are privately making their position on Maguire clear.
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Mourinho is also keeping tabs on Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld should Maguire be made unavailable.
Manchester United's transfer activities have been pretty tepid so far this summer - Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant - but some serious wheels are being slung into serious motion.
"I think Leicester will say no but what happens then with a potentially unhappy player going forward?"
He won't play a part in tonight's clash against Liverpool either, but maybe we'll see him in action against either Real Madrid or Bayern Munich before the competitive season kicks off.
Mourinho's men are now on tour in the United States, where earlier this week the United boss said he would like to buy two more players before the summer window closes.
"Manchester United need to go and break teams down and to commit, so if you're a central defender you have to sit there one-on-one and be able to cope with it". That's been made pretty categorical to me in the last couple of days so you know that plays into the thinking of Leicester a little bit.