Despite recent reports claiming Fulham FC had an agreement with Manchester United for the signing of Andreas Pereira, we now see the Brazilian media adding their take when commenting on this attempt.
Earlier today, we covered a story from Globo Esporte which said the talks between the Cottagers and the Red Devils are ‘underway’, with the offer being of €10m plus €3m in bonuses.
It was said the player, who’s returning to England soon, will still speak to Erik ten Hag about his future.
It turns out that a report from journalist André Hernan also says nothing is defined yet.
It’s claimed that Manchester United and Fulham indeed have an agreement for the transfer, but Pereira, however, is still to give his stance about that.
The midfielder is said to be very ‘comfortable’ with this situation, mostly because he’d like to stay at Flamengo, who have him on loan until the end of this week.
But even if it doesn’t happen, he’ll return to Manchester United with no problems.
It’s said the possibility of a move to Fulham ‘still isn’t very clear’, as he’s yet to respond.
Hernan insists this is a ‘comfortable’ situation for Pereira, and Flamengo have yet to say whether they’d like to spend €10m on the signing, as previously agreed with Manchester United.