Andreas Pereira linked with PSV loan switch

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Manchester United youngster Andreas Pereira could complete a loan move to Dutch outfit PSV Eindhoven before the close of the transfer window. 

This has been reported by talkSPORT, who claim the talented playmaker could join PSV on a season-long loan deal, as he goes in search of regular first-team football. 

Despite impressing on the Red Devils' tour of the US, Pereira is yet to play in this campaign, and it's unlikely that he will be handed a key role under the Dutch regime anytime soon. 


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At PSV, on the other hand, he would no doubt become an important member of the squad, as they go in search of retaining their Eredivisie title. 

PSV previously sold wide-man Memphis Depay to the Red Devils, so it appears that the two clubs could be about to come together on the transfer scene once again. 

Good move

And a deal taking Pereira to PSV would surely benefit all involved. Ultimately, at Manchester United, the youngster is going to struggle for first-team football, but he has to find a way of progressing further in the immediate future. 

No doubt, at PSV, Pereira would continue to learn the game, and return to Manchester as a better player next year. 

One thing's for sure, the exciting playmaker has an extremely bright future ahead of him, so it's crucial the Red Devils make the right decision in the next few days. No doubt, Pereira will one day become a key player at Old Trafford, but he must work hard to get there. 

Manchester United fans: Should Pereira head out on loan? Have your say below!

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