'I want to win the cup with Valencia' - Man Utd outcast Pereira has no plans for Old Trafford return

The 22-year-old is planning on spending the rest of the season with Los Che, despite reports the Red Devils want to recall him

Manchester United loanee Andreas Pereira is keen to spend the remainder of the season with Valencia.

The 22-year-old signed a new contract until 2019 before moving to the Mestalla last September.

There are reports United have considered triggering an option to recall the midfielder this month but Pereira is eager to see out the campaign in La Liga.

"I'm here and I want to stay," he told Superdeporte . "I feel good. I'm playing better and I want to win the cup with Valencia."

"We are all very excited about reaching the quarter-finals and we will try to reach the final."

Article continues below

Andreas Pereira Manchester United

Pereira has played in all of Valencia's 16 league games since his arrival and has started the last five.

In total, he has one goal and five assists from 20 matches in all competitions.

Next article:
Icardi happy at Inter, wants contract renewal
Next article:
Why Chelsea can’t take Man Utd lightly – Giggs
Next article:
Ask 32,000 Gibraltarians if the Nations League is meaningless - Styche
Next article:
Know your enemy: The Philippines Azkals
Next article:
More touches, more chances, more freedom: Sarri showing Mourinho how to get the best out of Hazard