- Belgian midfielder Andreas Pereira wants to join Valencia on a permanent deal
- The player is currently on loan at the Spanish club and does not want to return
- This season, he has played nine games for Valencia in the La Liga
Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira has stated clearly that he wants to leave the Premier League club for a permanent move to La Liga side Valencia.
Since the start of the ongoing football League season in Europe, the Belgian has been on loan at Valencia and does not want a return to Old Trafford.
This term in the Spanish La Liga, the 21-year-old has played in nine of Valencia's opening 11 games as the club are currently four points ahead of Real Madrid.
Speaking to Super Deporte, Pereira said: ''Everything is going very well, the whole squad is happy here.
"We want to keep this, I think everyone wants to stay here because this is a great club and I am happy to be here.
"It's a very good option for me, it would be positive. I'm happy at Valencia." he said.
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