Bebe targets Manchester United return after successful loan spell

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Bebe says he is only interested in returning to Manchester United and impressing Louis van Gaal after enjoying a fruitful season on loan at Pacos de Ferreira.

The Portuguese forward was one of Sir Alex Ferguson's more questionable signings during his 27-year reign at Old Trafford as Bebe never looked capable of meeting Manchester United's high standards.

After one disappointing season, Bebe has had three different loan spells, previously failing to impress with Besiktas and Rio Ave, but his recent loan spell has been somewhat of a success.

Bebe, who has scored 11 goals for the Portuguese outfit this season, inspired the club to a 3-1 win over Desportivo das Aves in their relegation play-off to retain their top flight status.

The 23-year-old has gained plenty of confidence from his successful season in his native country and he admits he is now ready to go back to Manchester United to win a place in Van Gaal's squad.

"Now my objective is to go back to Man Utd to try and convince the new coach that I have a chance in the team," the 23-year-old told the Portuguese press.

Unfortunately for Bebe, unless he can impress during pre-season, the most likely scenario is that he will be sold on a permanent basis. Benfica have been accredited with an interest recently and it wouldn't take a stunning offer to convince United to part ways with the enigma that is Bebe.


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