Andreas Pereira Names The Three Big Clubs He Would Love To Play For
Manchester United's Andreas Pereira has stated he would love to play for another big club in his career - naming Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich as possible destinations.
Pereira has featured in 37 games for the Red Devils this season after spending multiple seasons out on loan.
The 24-year-old was recently asked about his future by Brazilian TV channel Globo Esporto and he explained he's currently loving life at Old Trafford, but dropped hints about a potential move.
"For now, I only dream of playing here," the Brazilian began.
"But of course, as a player, you would always like to play for another big club. I really like Barcelona and Real Madrid, they are top teams. Bayern Munich too."
Andreas Pereira: "For now, I only dream of playing here [#mufc]. But of course, as a player, you would always like to play for another big club. I really like Barcelona and Real Madrid, they are top teams too. Bayern Munich." #mulive [globo esporte]
- utdreport (@utdreport) May 6, 2020
Pereira's comments will likely shock United fans who haven't seen the best of him this season.
The midfielder hasn't impressed, with other players such as Fred and Scott McTominay overtaking him in the pecking order.
Bruno Fernandes' arrival in January has also seen Pereira's game time decrease, alongside fellow academy graduate Jesse Lingard.
Both Pereira and Lingard were left out of United's 3-0 win over Watford in February and manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had harsh words for the duo.
"I am not going to feel sorry for you (the player), you have to make yourself available for the next game and competitive in situations," the Norwegian explained per Daily Mail.
"That is what I like. I like to see players who say, 'okay, he has left me out for two or three games without explanation.
"I don't have to explain every time. Sometimes I do, yeah, but it is a way for me to say I need more. You can't just speak to them 100 times and say, 'now we need a change in you'. You have had opportunities.
"I've got to make decisions and one day... well, you give them one warning and that's it probably, and then the next thing maybe they are not here anymore. You don't have to explain every time then. You might have to think about it after."
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