Published: Sat, January 13, 2018
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Manchester United offered chance to sign PSG's Lucas Moura

Manchester United are reportedly one of many clubs keeping tabs on Brazil global Lucas Moura.

Manchester United remain in touch with Lucas Moura's agents as they plot a potential January move for the ostracised Paris Saint-Germain attacker. His contract expires in the summer of 2019.

Moura could fit the bill with the Brazil global likely to leave PSG in order to secure regular game time ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation later this year.

Lucas Moura has also scored four goals in 35 games for his country.

The Brazil global is, hence, looking for greener pastures, as he covets to get as much game-time as possible in the hopes of getting elected for this summer's World Cup.

According to the report, Manchester United are closing in on Paris Saint-Germain winger Lucas Moura, after he was left out of the latest PSG squad, but the sticking point could be the fee. He thinks that such a price tag would drive Manchester United away and therefore, he wants the club to accept an agreement for half the amount i.e. 20 million euros ($24million).

Lucas Moura is also being watched by Tottenham.

Moura would be an impressive addition for Spurs - the Le 10 Sport report suggests that the London side are not interested in buying him but have made their interest in a loan deal known.

Moura has already turned down a move to Claudio Ranieri's FC Nantes while Le Parisien claim he considers a move to any French club as a step backwards.

The Red Devils have been long-term admirers of the Brazilian and with Mourinho not hesitating to spend close to £30 million to secure his services, the 25-year-old is all set to light up Old Trafford in the coming days.

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