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United reignite interest in £32m Brazilian wonderkid

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Manchester United are reportedly ready to splash out a whopping £32million or more to land Brazilian midfield starlet Lucas Moura.

 

The Daily Mail are reporting that Sir Alex Ferguson wants the club to renew their interest in the Sao Paulo youngster and is keen to get a deal done that sees a switch to Old Trafford completed this summer.

 

The Red Devils reportedly had a meeting with Moura’s father earlier in the year, but came away with the impression that he was set to sign for La Liga champions Real Madrid.

 

It is also claimed that Chelsea had a £32.4million bid for the 19-year-old turned down and were told he would not be going anywhere until after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

 

Ferguson is reportedly set on revamping his midfield for next season and has already signed Japanese playmaker Shinji Kagawa from German champions Borussia Dortmund.

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