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Colombian starlet Quintero reveals 'dream' of playing for Manchester United or City
The Colombian starlet moved to Pescara on loan in the summer from Atletico Nacional and has caught the eye of Sir Alex Ferguson as well as other top sides
Atletico Nacional midfielder Juan Fernando Quintero has admitted that it would be a "dream" to join either Manchester United or Manchester City.
The 19-year-old has reportedly attracted interest from a number of Europe’s top clubs after string of impressive performances since moving from his homeland of Colombia last year on loan to Pescara.
Yet, Quintero - who is valued at £8 million - is undecided on where his future lies, though he has revealed that a move to Serie A giants Inter would be his preference.
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“I dream Milan, Juventus, Manchester. I will choose with my family and my agent. I'm fine at Pescara, I like the fans and there my child Maria Josè was born.
"My favourite role is trequartista, but I have to grow and keep working. My idol is Rivaldo. When I was kid I always wanted to see him playing at Barcelona, Milan and Olympiakos."
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