Paris Saint-Germain forward Lucas Moura has issued something of a come-and-get-me plea to potential suitors after admitting that he’d be willing to leave the Parc des Princes if the right offer comes in.
“I’m pretty happy that big clubs are interested in me,” Lucas Moura began, speaking on SportTV [as per Goal].
“In football, you never know what will happen tomorrow,” he continued. “Today, I am here, but you never know if [PSG] will trust my football tomorrow.
“If tomorrow, or later, an offer presents itself and that I don’t feel a desire to play here, I’ll back my bags and go and play elsewhere.”
Brazil international Lucas Moura has been heavily linked with a move to two Premier League heavyweights in recent times.
Manchester United missed out on the young talent when he initially moved to Paris Saint-Germain from Sao Paulo back in 2012. However, Louis van Gaal is desperate to make up for lost time and bring the starlet to Old Trafford.
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According to Fichajes [via the Mirror], the Red Devils are plotting a move for Lucas, while Foot Sur 7 [also as per the Mirror] have reported that both Liverpool and Arsenal are also considering a transfer for the Brazil international.
According to the English tabloid, the player is understood to be valued at £21.5 million, which could be a snip for a magnificent dribbler and a versatile operator.