Football NewsAndreas Pereira looks to have little chance of regaining popularity in the Red Devils
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Andreas Pereira watches as the loan spell in his homeland comes to an end and speculation about the player intensifies.


A little about the topic

The Brazilian international looks set to have little chance of returning to favor at Man Utd despite further managerial changes putting new manager Erik ten Hag in a dugout at Old Trafford and Pereira has made it clear his preferred option at this stage will be to stay in Flamengo.

Andreas Pereira has been on loan since August 2021 with 52 appearances for the side that reached the final of last season’s Copa Libertadores. That deal is now coming to an end, meaning Andreas must return to England and there have been rumors that the Manchester United academy graduate is attracting interest from Fulham and Crystal Palace – with talks of £11m worth of deals.


What did Andreas Pereira say?

The player only has 12 months left to run on his contract with Man Utd, so they will need to sanction a sale in the current transfer window to bring in the best price possible. PL’s rivals at Craven Cottage and Selhurst Park are said to be keen to acquire the playmaker, who has taken in 75 competitive appearances for Manchester United. However, the Belgian-born player is keen to indicate that he would rather stay in South America.

The Brazilian international said when he doubted his future that he was not the one to decide – it was up to Man Utd. Andreas would like to stay in Flamengo, but it’s out of his hands. According to Andreas Pereira, he will see what is best for him and the club. Andreas loves Flamengo. Soon they will talk and decide. Andreas Pereira added that the relationship between himself and Flamengo has always been very good. This year has been incredible for Pereira.

The Brazilian international says that if it doesn’t work out, he will always leave with his head held high. Pereira loves the club, he loves Flamengo. According to Andreas Pereira, if he leaves, he will return in the future.