Manchester United are understood to have made a £25million offer to rival Manchester City's hunt for the Chile global.
Jose Mourinho would be open to bolstering his attacking options this month, although a left back remains his priority, and Hernandez and Vardy have emerged as targets on top of Alexis Sanchez, according to the Telegraph.
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The Daily Telegraph understands United will have to stump up £35m to match Leicester's valuation of Vardy, who turned down a move to Arsenal in favour of signing a new contract in the summer of 2016.
But he would want to play more than a bit-part role following a disappointing spell at West Ham under Slaven Bilic and later David Moyes.
Lukaku enjoyed a stunning start to his career at Old Trafford, scoring 11 goals in his first ten games following a £75m move from Everton, but has netted just three league goals since mid-October.
While he would probably be keen on a return to United, it would be something of a gamble and there's no guarantee he could recover the form that made him such a hit with the Red Devils.
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