Manchester United outcast Andreas Pereira in talks with Serie A outfit Lazio over an initial loan with an option to buy next summer
Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira is discussing a move to Italian side Lazio.
Talks have centred on an initial loan with the option of a permanent transfer next summer. United also want a ten percent sell-on.
Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira is discussing a move to Italian side Lazio
Talks have centred on an initial loan with the option of a permanent transfer next summer
The United academty product’s chances of first-team minutes under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have taken a further hit following the arrival of Donny van de Beek in a £40m deal from Ajax.
Pereira – who made 40 appearances last season, scoring two goals and recording four assists – has therefore emerged as a target for Lazio, who are looking for midfield signings after missing out on former Manchester City star David Silva.
Meanwhile, United discussions for Porto’s Alex Telles are ongoing and they will consider a last approach to Dortmund for Jadon Sancho.
United are preparing a last-gasp £90m bid to bring Jadon Sancho to the club this summer
Discussions are also ongoing between the Old Trafford club and Porto for left-back Alex Telles
Dortmund have been adamant in recent weeks that the £108million-rated England international will stay with them for the season amid concerns United do not have the resources available to test the Germans resolve in this window.
But with pressure growing at Old Trafford for them to add a forward, the club are expected to offer around £65m plus achievable add ons up to £90m for Sancho.
Winger Daniel James, meanwhile, wants to stay and fight for his place despite interest from Leeds United and Crystal Palace.
Daniel James wants to fight for his place despite interest from Leeds and Crystal Palace