Angelo Henriquez loving life at Dinamo Zagreb

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Angelo Henriquez is yet to play a first-team game for Manchester United but has dropped his biggest hint yet that he could move to Dinamo Zagreb permanently.

The Chilean international is currently on loan to the Croatian side from Manchester United, with the Old Trafford club following his progress closely.

He's been in great form in front of goal for Zagreb, hitting eight goals in nine games since his switch in August.

And he's happy and settled at Dinamo, leading to speculation in the Manchester Evening News that he could stay at the club permanently in the not too distant future.

I would like to stay as long as possible and play in the Champions League for Dinamo - Angelo Henriquez, Dinamo Zagreb

"I love Zagreb, this is a great city, the food is good, the club and results are great," the Chilean told 24sata as reported by the Manchester Evening News.

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"I would like to stay as long as possible and play in the Champions League for Dinamo. But Manchester United are following me. They call me after the league games when I score.

"I really like the Dinamo jersey. The problem is that my friends in Chile like the jersey too, so I'm constantly sending them to Chile. I think Chileans walk around in Dinamo shirts!"

Henriquez's future at United

The Manchester newspaper reports that Henriquez's future at United looks decidedly iffy, although he cannot be doing any more to impress watching United officials.

It may just be a function of United's incredible strength in depth in attacking positions under Louis van Gaal. The Dutchman can choose from Radamel Falcao, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie while James Wilson is pushing into the first-team and Javier Hernandez is on loan at Real Madrid.

Henriquez may have to be very patient to get his chance at Old Trafford, otherwise his best course of action for first-team football may be a permanent exit.

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