Lazio midfielder Andreas Pereira is on loan, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer desires talks over his future at Manchester United.
The Brazilian midfielder left Old Trafford last Autumn on a season-ending run down the decide order. On top of that, the arrival of Donny van de Beek meant he confronted an much more tough combat for sport time. As such, he moved to Italy and has played a key function, showing in 23 Serie A video games.
Nonetheless, the time soon comes for the 25-year-old player to determine on his subsequent move alongside his agent, Lazio and his mother or father membership.
Chatting with TNT Sports activities, Pereira insisted he had loved his time in Rome and may search a everlasting deal.
However preliminary makes an attempt to speak to United Solskjaer’s boss over his future have been tough.
“Lazio has the choice to purchase me back from Manchester United, so all of it relies upon on the Biancocelesti,” he said.
“I do know my skills have been valued this season and they’ve till the end of time period to make a decision.
“Rome is an excellent metropolis and I would not thoughts staying there. If they do not maintain me, I will have to speak to Manchester United to see what’s best for the membership and for me.
“I’ve spoken to Solskjaer to seek out out my future and he said we have to speak. I need to play as a result of I am nonetheless hoping for a name up from Brazil for the World Cup in Qatar. ”
Experiences (through the Metro) declare that Lazio should pay € 25million (£ 21million) to maintain Pereira on the membership.
Pereira weighs up switch choices
On the moment, that looks like a greater possibility in the course of the combat for sport time in United’s midfield.
Bruno Fernandes, Paul Pogba, Fred and Scott McTominay have all nailed regular sport time. Nonetheless, the summer season signing Van de Beek has not but established himself.
As such, Pereira may face an analogous battle for sport time if he have been to return to Old Trafford.
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