Manchester United have begun their next season's preparations earlier. They are now looking at alternative destinations for Andreas Pereira next season, with Lazio unlikely to trigger their £23million to buy.
The Red Devils were initially hoping that the Serie A club would make the Brazilian's loan spell permanent as they agreed for that clause to be be inserted on the deal that saw him move to Italy for the rest of the season.
Manchester United are trying to look for a buyer for Andreas Pereira. (Image: Courtesy)
Pereira is yet to convince Simone Inzaghi that he deserves a long term future in Rome but there's still time to prove his worth. The Portuguese has scored and assisted once in 15 Serie A appearances for Lazio.
The arrival of Bruno Fernandes in January 2020 halted Pereira's progress as he was a regular starter under Solskjaer but Fernandes made the no. 10 spot his own.
Italian newspaper Corriero dello sport now claim that United have begun exploring other destinations for the Portuguese as they seek to get rid of him next summer.
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