Andreas Pereira has revealed that he is ready to leave Manchester United in the summer and is open to signing for Vincent Kompany’s Anderlecht.
The 25-year-old star has been on the Red Devils’ books since 2011, seven of those at senior level, but Andreas has spent four separate terms out on loan.
His latest spell away from United with Lazio is set to come to an end later in May, and the one-cap Brazil international appears prepared to move away permanently.
Anderlecht, managed by Manchester City icon Kompany, are among the clubs reported to be showing an interest in Pereira, while fellow Belgian outfit Club Brugge are another option.
“I will not close the door on any club. The main thing is that I want regular playing time. So if Vincent Kompany was to phone me, or a club such as Club Brugge,” Pereira told Eleven Sports.
“It would depend on what kind of project they put forward, and what they have in mind. If it is something positive that fits with my own ideas, then why not?”
Andreas was born in Belgium and represented United at every age level up to and including U17s, before switching allegiance to his father’s home country Brazil.
The midfielder has made 75 appearances for the 20-time English champions in all, 40 of those coming under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last campaign.