Gremio striker Everton Soares has talked about the prospect of playing for Premier League giants Manchester United this summer.
In a chat with the Daily Mail, the 23-year-old Brazilian international spoke about how his playing style will suit the style at Manchester United and the other interested clubs.
He had earlier brushed off transfer rumours surrounding him before responding when pressed further about the clubs keen to sign him this summer.
Apart from Manchester United, Premier League champions Manchester City, seven-time European champions AC Milan and French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG) also want to sign him.
Everton reacted to questions about the aforementioned transfer rumours shortly after he made a goalscoring impact for the Brazilian national team.
The Gremio striker came off the bench for the Selecao during their 2019 COPA America opener against Bolivia.
He came on as an 81st-minute substitute for Ajax Amsterdam forward David Neres with Brazil leading 2-0 courtesy a pair of second-half goals from Barcelona playmaker Philippe Coutinho.
Everton added a third and final strike for Brazil in what was the goal of the game four minutes after coming on as a second half substitute.
Interested clubs like Manchester United will have to pay between £27m and £36m which is a far cry from his £71m release clause.
Gremio president Romildo Junior had earlier stated that interested clubs must pay the full release clause.