Pachuca's vice-president recently revealed that United have made an approach for the 20-year-old Mexico international.
Lozano, 20, is widely regarded as one of Mexican football's top talents and recently broke into the senior national team, earning a place in the squad for this month's Copa America Centenario.
The three-time capped attacker helped Pachuca clinch Liga MX's Clausura 2016 championship last month, finishing the campaign with eight goals in 23 matches from the left flank, and speculation has since emerged that he could be bound for England.
It was reported in April that United had sent chief scout Jim Lawlor to Mexico to assess the emerging wide man along with teammates Rodolfo Pizarro and Erick Gutierrez [h/t ESPN FC], while Pachuca vice-president Andres Fassi confirmed on the weekend that the Premier League club have now made an approach for him.
"There have been approaches [from Manchester United]," Fassi told Mexican outlet Record on Lozano. "There will be time to focus on the future of Hirving Lozano. For several years Pachuca has had great relationships with many teams of England, in Portugal, in Spain, in France, in Italy and in Germany.
"[There] are some agreements that allow the player to go to Europe in the future."
However, speaking in LA ahead of Mexico’s second Copa America Group C game against Jamaica on Thursday, Lozano stressed that he is waiting until the tournament ends before making any decision on his club future.
“I think I’m taking it calmly,” Lozano told Goal USA. “Nobody’s said anything to me. I don’t know anything about that. I think first, I’m going to focus here on the national team, finish this tournament well and, well, obviously after that see what happens.
“But right now, they haven’t mentioned anything to me.”
Pressed on whether he was planning to leave Pachuca this summer, the in-demand starlet added: “As I said, first I want to concentrate on this tournament, giving my best, and after the tournament, talk to my club and see what possibilities there are.”
Interestingly, Pachuca sporting director Marco Garces told ESPN FC last November that he regularly visits United and also alerted the club to Javier Hernandez before the Mexican striker went on to seal a move from Chivas de Guadalajara to Old Trafford in 2010.
Some have tipped Lozano to go on to even greater things than his compatriot, with El Tri manager Juan Carlos Osorio quick to talk up his potential after seeing him score his first international goal in March’s 3-0 World Cup qualifying win over Canada – a strike which was coincidentally set up by Hernandez.
"His speed and ability to go past [opponents] will take him far," Osorio told ESPN FC after the match. "Lozano has a great desire to learn with the national team.
"His strength is that he is a very low-key, low profile, very down to earth [person] and I think will go very far. Not only is he a very good player with the potential to be an outstanding player, he is also a very good human being."