PSG’s Lucas Moura Open To Premier League Move

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Lucas Moura has left the door open to a potential switch to the Premier League this summer.

The Brazilian has revealed that there are no offers from other clubs on the table just yet, but should a tempting one be put in front of him, he may well decide to move.

Moura has been at Paris Saint-Germain since 2012, when the French club fended off some serious competition from United to win the tussle for his signature. He has spent five successful years in the French capital, and enjoyed the most productive season of his career in the previous campaign, scoring 19 times.

With Liverpool showing an interest and United being linked with the 24-year-old yet again, he may decide to call it quits at PSG. It is well known that Jose Mourinho is in the hunt for a winger this summer, and Moura would be a fantastic option to have.

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However, the Brazilian admitted that no club had made an offer for him yet. He signed a five-year contract extension with the Parisian giants in 2015 that will run up to 2020, but he admits leaving PSG ‘could be a possibility’.

“In every transfer window there is always a lot of speculation,” he told Diario De Sao Paulo.

“Actually, no offers have been made for me yet, nothing concrete. My agent has not told me about anything yet. I have a contract until 2020. If something materialises, we will sit and analyse it. Right now, nothing is happening.

“Regarding a return to Brazil, I am not thinking about that. I have objectives I want to reach in Europe. Leaving PSG for another European club could be a possibility for me but I am under contract and I have no offers in front of me at this moment.

“If something arrives, we will see what is best for me and for the club. Right now, though, I am doing well in France.”


Written by Reyhan Ashley Nath  

Manchester United fan, Wayne Rooney is his role model. Passionate writer who has written for several sites in the past. He’s also an aspiring pianist and creates background music for BlameFootball’s Youtube channel.


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