A Brazilian star has reportedly made it clear that he would like to play for Jose Mourinho's Manchester United next season.
According to The Sun, Monaco midfielder Fabinho is looking to force a move to the Red Devils ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.
The player has been linked with United heavily over the past few seasons, while the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City are also said to have been have also been in for his signature.
The 24-year-old recently admitted that he feels his time at Monaco is coming to an end, and that he could possibly move on from the club in the next window.
His performances for the French side has gained him many plaudits across Europe, although he is yet to make his mark at international level.
The player is reportedly keen on making United his next destination, where he would reunite with Mourinho, who handed him his professional debut at Real Madrid in 2013.
Fabinho only played 14 minutes after coming off the bench in a LaLiga game against Malaga, but picked up an assist in his short cameo.
The Monaco star, who has played just four times for the Brazil national team, has scored seven goals and assisted a further five strikes in 39 games for his club so far this season.
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