Andrea Pereira who plays for Valencia on a loan deal from Manchester United wants to remain at Valencia on a permanent deal.
The Brazilian forward is currently enjoying life at the La Liga club Valencia who currently occupy the second position in the league table, leading Real Madrid by four points and trailing league leaders Barcelona by four points.
Speaking to newsmen, Andreas confirmed his happiness with the club saying that”Everything is going very well, the w ole squad is happy here”
He has featured in nine of 11 matches played by Valencia in the current season before the last international break of the year.
When asked by newsman if he will consider going back to Manchester United, Pereira said “I am very happy and I wantto continue inValencia.”
This means that the player may not return to Old Trafford as a player anytime soon.
Mourinho might call him back to Manchester United if his service is needed due to the fact that there’s is a ‘callback’ clause in the agreement United had with the Spanish side, Valencia.
Pereira previously had a loan spell at Granada in January before they were relegated to the second division.
The 20-year-old striker added that his development on the field of play is as result of the happy atmosphere in Valencia which might be very difficult to achieve in Manchester United.
Dubbed as the new Wayne Rooney, Mourinho could do with the services of the star as is given that the form of Mkhitaryan is unstable.