Manchester United Football Club are prepared to let Andreas Pereira leave Old Trafford on loan yet again this season. That’s what Sid Lowe & The Sun write anyway.
The report states that the Red Devils have sanctioned a move that’ll see the Brazilian attacking midfielder head to Spain this campaign – similarly to how he went on loan in La Liga last year. However, this time he’ll be heading to Valencia CF.
Apparently, Jose Mourinho cannot offer the talented 21-year-old enough first-team football this season – despite the fact that Pereira was a key part of Manchester United’s pre-season tour squad before the season begun.
In the three Premier League games we’ve played so far, the attacking midfielder hasn’t been anywhere near the matchday squad. Although, in my opinion, that had to be expected because he just isn’t of the level as the rest of the guys who have been involved.
I love Pereira and I think he has huge potential. I just don’t think he’s good enough for Manchester United, and if this loan move does go through I genuinely wouldn’t be surprised if we didn’t see him play for the Red Devils again. What else can he prove out in Spain? We already know he’s good enough for top level football.