Moura drops huge hint about future amid Manchester United interest

Lucas Moura has been one of the names being linked with a switch to Manchester United this month.

The Paris Saint-Germain winger is no stranger to speculation involving the Premier League giants given that he was wanted by the club when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge in 2013.

Moura ended up joining the French outfit from Sao Paulo that year and has gone on to win 11 trophies, including four Ligue 1 titles.

This season, though, the Brazilian has struggled for game time under head coach Unai Emery.

In fact, the winger has not played since December 13 and has only been included in a matchday squad once in the last month.

In total, Moura has played just 72 minutes of league action across five substitute appearances, but he did manage to score a goal in that time.

According to Sky Sports, United manager Jose Mourinho is keen on bringing Moura to Old Trafford, and the player has suggested that he wants to move to England.

The winger told L’Equipe:

“It feels the end of a story for me unfortunately. Can I stay? It will be very difficult. Manchester United? There are topics I cannot talk about. English football I like a lot, it is the most competitive championship.”