Reports from the Brazilian media today claim that a couple of clubs are interested in signing Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira.
TNT Sports journalist Fred Caldeira claims that Fenerbahce made an approach to get to know the terms of a potential transfer.
For the Turkish side, the ‘condition’ for the move to happen is that the Red Devils reduce the price of the player, as they had been demanding €25m for his sale.
The story adds there’s a Premier League club who want the 25-year-old, but their name wasn’t revealed at their source’s request.
It’s claimed that manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer kept ‘constant contact’ with Pereira during his loan at Lazio last season.
TNT Sports say the coach likes the player, approved his contract renewal two years ago and is now afraid of losing another option in midfield in case Paul Pogba leaves for Paris Saint Germain.
Meanwhile, Pereira is said to be focused on a club who can offer him a ‘sequence as a starter’ and not depend on loan spells, as he’s been sent to Granada, Valencia and Lazio since being promoted to Manchester United’s first team.