Braga star Rafa Silva has confirmed that he has received offers from other clubs amid interest from Manchester United, according to reports from the Express.
Silva has been extremely impressive for Braga this season, and his performances are set to convince Portugal manager Fernando Santos to bring him to Euro 2016 in the summer.
And his displays have not gone unnoticed, with Man United reportedly keen on the attacking midfielder if Jose Mourinho replaces current boss Louis van Gaal at the end of the campaign.
It has been claimed that the Red Devils have already sent scouts to monitor the 22-year-old, who has a £15.5million release clause in his contract.
Silva was also named as Braga’s Player of the Year, and during the ceremony, he revealed that he is looking to stay with the club despite receiving offers from other sides.
He said for A Bola: “I’m proud to receive this award, but other teammates could’ve won it as well.
“I feel very loved. FC Porto’s interest? I don’t confirm and don’t deny it. I’ve received some offers but I preferred to stay here. My goal is to give everything for this club.”
The left-sided winger has made 32 appearances in all competitions this term, scoring six goals and supplying seven assists.