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Manchester United target to make decision on long-term future

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Manchester United target Ivan Rakitic has revealed he will make a decision on his long-term future in the summer.

The Croatian midfielder has been in fantastic form for La Liga outfit Sevilla this season.

Rakitic has scored 10 goals and claimed seven assists in La Liga so far this season, which has alerted the attention of European giants Manchester United, Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.

The 25-year-old, who is valued at £33million, has stated he is content with life at Sevilla but may weigh up his options in the summer.

Rakitic, speaking to Estadio Deportivo, said on the possibility of moving to Manchester United: "It's nice to play in Sevilla, I don't know how many times I've said the most important thing is to feel comfortable.

"The club is happy, if the club tells me it's time to go, it'll be different. Finally we'll decide together."

The Sevilla captain, who was voted La Liga's best player for the month of January, would join the likes of Jesus Navas, Alvaro Negredo and Gary Medel in swapping Sevilla for the Premier League.

Manchester United boss David Moyes is likely to be given the funds to sign a player of Rakitic's calibre as the Premier League champions are in need of a major facelift.

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