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Man United open contract talks over £35m switch, player agrees personal terms

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Out of favour star agrees to join Manchester United,

Brazilian international, Lucas Moura has reportedly agreed to join Manchester United this month according to report from the Sun.

The Brazilian attacker has found games hard to come by this season due to the high profile arrival of Kylian Mbappe and Neymar from French side, AS Monaco and Spanish giants, Barcelona respectively this summer.

Reports from Italian news outlet Gazzetta Dello Sport understands the Brazilian is keen on a making a permanent switch to the Theatre of Dreams this month, but both United and PSG are yet to reach an agreement on the winger.

However, reports also suggests the 20-times Premier League champions is only interested in signing him on-loan till the end of the season but the Ligue 1 leaders wants to cash-in on the Brazilian this month and could be available for a reported fee of £35 million.

The Brazilian forward has grown into one of the finest attackers in the French league since he secured a winter move to Paris Saint German in 2013 from Brazilian side, Sao Paulo for a reported fee of £38 million but has fallen down the pecking order having featured in just 6 games for the French side across all competitions scoring once and providing one assists.

He is known for his agility, speed, dribbling, trickery, flair, versatility, creativity and also a dead ball specialist.

The 25-year-old is often deployed as a winger and can also play anywhere behind the striker.

Given his age and qualities, he would be a good addition to the Manchester United squad and would add another dimension to the Red Devils attack.

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