Leicester will not leave England hero Maguire leave the club for anything less than €70 million while Mina would be available at around €40m, according to Spanish outlet Sport.
Jose Mourinho would prefer a player who is more experienced or at least a proven quantity in English football, which is why they have been reluctant to give up the chase for Maguire. However, United are running out of time as the Premier League transfer window ends on August 9.
Mina, 23, is more potential than ability at present but impressed alongside Tottenham centre-back Davinson Sanchez at the World Cup with Colombia.
Barca are seemingly willing to let him go after just seven months, having bolstered their defence by signing Sevilla’s Clement Lenglet while also planning to keep Thomas Vermaelen at the club.
Maurizio Sarri wants to renew acquaintances with Matias Vecino, the midfielder he previously managed at Empoli.
Reportedly, Blues representatives met Nerazzurri officials regarding the deal during Saturday’s International Champions Cup pre-season friendly between the two sides.
Vecino, who is valued at around £31million, has been touted as a midfield partner for new recruit Jorginho and a man who can compliment marathon man N’Golo Kante.
Giroud, 31, who arrived at the Blues in January on an 18-month contract from the Gunners, did not produce his very best form for Antonio Conte’s then charges but is still apparently part of new plans under Maurizio Sarri.
Even if the Frenchman does stay, Chelsea are expected to continue their pursuit of Juventus attacker Gonzalo Higuain.