Belgium-born Brazilian midfielder Andreas Pereira could leave Manchester United this year after contract talks hit the rocks.
The Daily Mirror claim that contract extension discussions between both parties (Andreas Pereira and Manchester United) have been called off despite the fact that the player has less than six months remaining on his Manchester United contract.
Andreas Pereira could leave the club either on this January transfer window or in the summer with several European clubs monitoring his situation at Old Trafford.
Earlier reports from the British media had revealed that the English top flight duo of Chelsea and Arsenal have made offers for the player.
The two London clubs still retain their respective interests in the player alongside Spanish La Liga giants Valencia.
Pereira, 22, impressed in the colours of Los Che while he was on loan at the Mestalla last season.
He returned to Manchester United last summer after a successful loan spell at Valencia but the midfielder has failed to nail down a starting place in the Manchester United XI with Paul Pogba, Fred, Nemanja Matic, Ander Herrera, Scott McTominay, Marouane Fellaini all ahead of him in the midfield pecking order at the Theatre of Dreams.
Andreas Pereira was in the starting XI for the first two Premier League games of the season and has not started any other one since then.