Manchester United playmaker Andrea Pereira’s deal with the Flamengo has collapsed, MySportDab reports.
The news of the collapsed deal was confirmed by Andrea Pereira’s agent, who stated that the negotiation between the duo had broken.
MysportDab learns that Pereira will now return to European football due to the collapsed deal with the American club.
The agreement between Flamengo and Man United to keep Pereira has definitely collapsed.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 30, 2022
The Brazilian club reportedly had an agreement with the Old Trafford club to keep Andrea Pereira before the deal suddenly collapsed.
The 26-year-old Brazilian international joined the Campeonato Brasiliero Serie A club Flamengo for a one year loan.
Pereira joined Manchester United from PSV Eindhoven in 2011 but made his debut for the Old Trafford club in 2015.
Since signing for Manchester United, he has spent most of his career on loan to other European clubs, with Flamengo being his latest loan spell.
Pereira has played in the La Liga and the Serie A on loan, playing for Valencia and Lazio, respectively. He was also loaned to Granada in the 2016/2017 season.
Pereira’s first Premier League wonder goal came in 2019 when he netted at Old Trafford against Southampton. The goal was voted the best Premier League goal of the season.
Before being loaned to Lazio, Pereira penned a four-year contract with the Red Devils in 2019, which is set to expire in 2023.
From Lazio, he was loaned to Flamengo, in which the Brasiliero Serie A club had an agreement to pay Manchester United €1million.
Pereira reportedly made a mistake which caused Flamengo to lose the 2021 Copa Libertadores final.
At the time of filing this report, it is unclear what the cause of the break of the agreement between the Brasilian club and Manchester United.