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Alisson hints at future Manchester United switch

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Brazilian youngster Alisson has revealed his admiration for the European duo of Manchester United and Juventus, claiming that he'd like to play for either club at some point during his career.

As reported by Goal.com, the Cruzeiro striker, who looks set for an exciting future, has admitted that he'd like to play in England or Italy as he goes in search of success in the game.

Alisson has already starred at youth level for Brazil and may well complete a move to Europe sooner rather than later.

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After these comments, the duo of Manchester United and Juventus may well be keeping an eye on his progression over the coming years.

Speaking about a potential move to Europe, the forward stated: "In the future I would like to play in a big European club, then I want to win the 2016 Olympics with Brazil. I would like to play in England or Italy.

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"I think Juventus is a great team, I really admire even Manchester United. I'd like to play for one of these clubs, but I'm a professional, so if you were to get some other European team with a good offer to refuse. But Juventus and Manchester United are really great."

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If Alisson manages to prove his credentials over the course of the next year or so, then perhaps Louis van Gaal will consider bringing to Old Trafford.

With the likes of Anthony Martial, Memphis Depay and Co. starring at the club, the Red Devils chief has a number of talented attacking players at his disposal in Manchester.

Of course, despite his early season struggles, captain Wayne Rooney remains United's main man in their pursuit of success. If the England international manages to find his best form, then Van Gaal's side may well challenge for the Premier League title this term.

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