Misfiring striker keen to play a part in club’s revolution under David Moyes.
Manchester United strike flop Bebe has spelled out his desire to play a part in the club’s future after impressing on a loan spell back in Portugal this season but has admitted that nobody from the club has been in touch, Sky Sports reports.
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The hapless striker was brought into the club during the summer of 2010, but since failing to establish himself in the first team he has been loaned out of Old Trafford three times.
Having previously spent time with Besiktas and Rio Ave, the 23-year-old is currently enjoying a season-long stay with Pacos de Ferreira in his native Portugal, where he has found a rich vein of form.
So far this term he has bagged himself nine goals in 31 appearances, which he hopes will put him in with a good chance of getting some much coveted playing time under David Moyes.
“I still hope to return to Manchester United, but nobody from the club has spoken to me,” Bebe said after scoring twice in a 3-1 victory over Arouca on Sunday night.
Sources in Portugal claimed that a United scout was indeed in the stands to check up on the striker, though nobody from the club has contacted him just yet.
The player, who has one year remaining on his United contract, added: “I am in good form and I hope to remain this way.”
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