With Manchester United having spend a lot in transfer market this summer in ensuring players like Verane and Jadon Sancho belong to the Red Devi's, the squad has overloaded hence there have been need of offloading the team especially taking the young players on loan in search for more experience.
Manchester United have just confirmed the exit of the academy graduate Andreas Pereira on loan terms. He is expected to spend the rest of the season at Flamingo club in his native home in Brazil. The youngster has so far made 75 appearances for the red Devi's and netted four goals across all competitions. His goal in 2017/18 season was named as goal of the season.
Andreas Pereira has previously spend 2 seasons on loan in Spain for Granada in 2016/17 season and Valencia 2017/18 season. The decision to loan him again was reached following the fact that there are currently a lot of experienced players at the midfield such as Paul Pogba and Bruno Fernande's. This will therefore enable him to get more playing hours at Flamingo club and gain more experience.
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