The England international has struggled for game time under Jose Mourinho this season and has now emerged as a target for Shandong Luneng
Manchester United midfielder Ashley Young has been offered a £10 million-a-year contract by Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng, according to The Sun.
The England international has been restricted to just two Premier League starts this season, and 10 appearances in all competitions.
A lack of game time under Jose Mourinho has sparked interest in his services, with West Brom, Crystal Palace, Burnley and Watford having all enquired as to his availability.
The Premier League quartet face competition from Asia, though, with Young the latest high-profile player in Europe to be targeted by a side in the big-spending CSL.