Manchester United forward set for summer exit

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Manchester United flop Bebe has admitted he is contemplating a future away from Old Trafford.

Bebe, who joined Manchester United from Portuguese outfit Vitória de Guimarães for £7.4million back in 2010, has struggled to make a positive impression at Old Trafford.

The 23-year-old played just seven games for the Premier League champions before being shipped out on loan by former boss Sir Alex Ferguson.

Bebe has since spent spells at Besiktas and Rio Ave before joining Pacos Ferreira in September after failing to impress Manchester United boss David Moyes in pre-season.

Manchester United are likely to cut all ties with Bebe in the summer as Moyes is planning a major overhaul due to his side's poor form this season.

And Bebe, speaking to Portuguese media outlet TV Sport, has revealed he is weighing up his options ahead of the summer transfer window on the back of speculation linking him with a move to Benfica.

"The rumours about Benfica and other clubs do not affect me. I still have the desire to do my best for Pacos de Ferreira.

"At the end of the season I will talk to my agent and decide what is best for me."

Manchester United may choose to use Bebe as a makeweight to land long-term defensive target Ezequiel Garay if they do decide to cash in on the Portuguese winger.

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