United's Samba striker target plans revealed - agent

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Manchester United and Barcelona target Adryan is determined to make a name for himself in his native Brazil before even considering a move elsewhere according to his agent.

The South American teen sensation has attracted attention from a number of Europe's biggest clubs and is said to have a number of lucrative offers on the table.

Red Devils boss Sir Alex Ferguson is rumoured to have invited Adryan to Old Trafford to take a look round the club, meet the players and have the chance to train with his prospective Manchester United teammates.

However, the 16-year-old has also commanded serious interest from the La Liga and European champions ahead of the new campaign.

"Clubs in England and Spain have been talking a lot with us," Adryan's representative Rodrigo Pitta confirmed. "They want us to go there to talk, but we do not have that goal.

"If they make an outstanding proposal to Flamengo, the club will decide but there is a project with Adryan, his family and Flamengo.

"He wants to be the future No.10 of the club but it's still far away and will take about three or four years. He's only a boy."

Both Manchester United and Barcelona scouts ran the rule over Adryan at the recent U17 World Cup in Mexico, but now face an uphill struggle to tempt the player to their respective clubs who remains contracted to Flamengo until June 2014.

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