Andreas Pereira to hold talks with Manchester United on his future: report

by Marwan Harraz

Manchester United youngster Andreas Pereira is reportedly set to hold talks with the club on his future amid rumours of unsettlement.

The versatile attacker who was once touted to have a future at Old Trafford has suddenly seen it turn into an uncertainty.

Pereira was on United’s pre-season tour and played impressively with Jose Mourinho praising his qualities and performances.

When the Belgian was expected to be a part of the first team however, he was suddenly on his way to Spain to join Valencia on loan.

Mourinho said at the time that he was disappointed with the the decision his player made and with the season in it’s closing stages, questions have been raised once more.

According to Sports Mole, ESPN report that Andreas is still considering his future and wants to hold talks about his future at the Red Devils as he seeks reassurances over his match time.

Jose wanted the 22 year old to remain at the club as he was the only creative midfielder besides Paul Pogba at the time.

His move against his manager’s wishes though could prove detrimental to his career at Manchester United with the Portuguese manager potentially still unhappy.

Jose Mourinho had plans to involve Andreas Pereira with the club this season but it appeared as though the player was unhappy that he wasn’t guaranteed match time.

Scott McTominay was instead promoted to the first team and it’s fair to say that he’s left an impression meaning there’s still little room for the on loan player.

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