Manchester United caretaker boss has vowed to give the young players a chance during his time at the club.

While this statement will most certainly be good news for the fans but midfielder Andreas Pereira could be in a heap of trouble.

Pereira has been waiting in the wings at Man United for a couple of seasons now but Jose Mourinho had finally promised that this will be the Brazilian’s year.

But so far, the midfielder has managed to make just seven appearances this season and now that Jose Mourinho has been sacked Andreas Pereira is hoping for more game time under Solksjaer.

It is being reported that the 22-year-old wants regular first-team action for the rest of the season otherwise he will be happy to move out of the club next month.

And keeping in line with this news, UOL Esporte are reporting that both Arsenal and West Ham United have made official approaches for Andreas Pereira.

The London clubs have seemingly grown interested in signing the attacking midfielder and given Man United could go out and bring in some new players next month, Arsenal and West Ham are trying their luck with Andreas Pereira.

The report states that Andreas Pereira will have a talk with the manager during the coming few days and will then make a final call about his long-term future.

Pereira is out of contract at the club next summer meaning the interested clubs can get him for a cut-price in January.

It is still unclear which club is the favourite to sign Andreas Pereira but we can assume the Brazilian would want to join a club where he can play regular football which gives West Ham United the slightest advantage.

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