Former Club Fail In Late Bid For Manchester United-Bound Star

Former Club Fail In Late Bid For Manchester United-Bound Star

Lucas Moura is understood to be keen to leave the French giants and join United in this window.

United are believed to have asked PSG about the possibility of taking the Brazil winger on loan, but the Ligue 1 side are said to prefer a permanent deal and know that Liverpool are armed with the proceeds of the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona.

Moura could fit the bill with the Brazil worldwide likely to leave PSG in order to secure regular game time ahead of the World Cup in Russian Federation later this year.

Jose Mourinho is looking to shore up his attacking options and Paris Saint-Germain's Lucas Moura happens to be a target.

The Brazil worldwide is, hence, looking for greener pastures, as he covets to get as much game-time as possible in the hopes of getting elected for this summer's World Cup.

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Manchester United have been linked with Brazilian global and PSG star Lucas Moura since the start of the winter transfer window. The French giants want 40 million euros for the Brazil worldwide, but Manchester United are believed to be ready to offer half that.

Blessed with huge potential, Lucas Moura could certainly add an extra dimension to the slightly jaded Manchester United attack. The Londoners have made contact with Paris Saint-Germain for the winger, but only want to take him on-loan to the end of this season.

Reports have claimed the 25-year-old is on his way to Manchester United, with the player supposedly agreeing to move to Old Trafford.

Moura has already turned down a move to Claudio Ranieri's FC Nantes while Le Parisien claim he considers a move to any French club as a step backwards.