Nabil Fekir admits Manchester United are a dream club

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Lyon star Nabil Fekir has admitted that Manchester United are a dream club following the Red Devils' signing of his French compatriot Anthony Martial.

Martial, of course, completed a stunning £36 million move to Old Trafford on transfer deadline day yesterday afternoon, and it appears that Fekir would be willing to follow him to Manchester in the future. 

Speaking to French outlet Europe1, the France international admitted that he would one day like to play in Manchester, but has insisted that he must have a good season at Ligue 1 outfit Lyon first. 


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He told Europe1: "Why not play one day in Manchester. This is a club that dream.

"But it is not there yet, we must already have a good season Lyon and after we'll see."

Top talent 

Of course, Fekir is a few years the senior of Martial, but he certainly has the talent to reach the top, as he continues to prove his credentials at Lyon. It's not entirely surprising that Arsenal have been linked with his signature in recent time, but it appears that he's more than interested in following Martial to Old Trafford. 

One thing's for sure, if he continues his wonderful form, which has seen him score four goals in for games for Lyon this season, then you can only imagine that the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United will be watching him extremely closely. It's a huge season ahead for Fekir, who appears to be desperate to reach the very top. 

What have you seen of Fekir? Is he good enough to play for either of Manchester United or Arsenal? Have your say below! 

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