Manchester United’s young Brazilian midfielder Andreas Pereira has not had much game time for the Red Devils and recently said that he would be open to a move away from the club in search of regular football.
The starlet has made only two starts in the Capital One Cup for the Red Devils so far and doesn’t seem to be part of Louis van Gaal’s plans at the moment. This has made him open up to a possible loan move away from the club.
“Perhaps. We will see what happens. I want to stay here, of course, but you never know.”, said the 20-year-old when asked about a possible loan move away from the Theater of Dreams, according to fourfourtwo.com.
“PSV helped me a lot when I was young and United have helped make me the player I am today. They gave me everything that I had to learn and I’m learning every day here.
Pereira went on to say that he would love to have the chance to play more regularly for Manchester United, but is willing to wait for his turn.
“You just have to handle these kind of things, keep waiting for your opportunity and I think that’s what I’m doing, and just keep working hard,” he added.
“Of course you want to play every game, but I have been on the bench. When I come on I want to help my team, so hopefully next time [maybe I can start].”
Young talent galore
Although Manchester United are struggling to hit a good run of form this season, the future of the club seems bright as they boast a number of talented, young players who are highly rated and have bright futures ahead of them. While Memphis Depay, Jesse Lingard and Anthony Martial are getting the game time they need to develop. Players like Adnan Januzaj and Andreas Pereira are waiting on the wings for their shot at the field.