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Andreas Pereira is a talented, creative midfielder who joined Manchester United from PSV Eindhoven in 2012.

The skilful youngster completed a season-long loan move to Valencia in September 2017, having also spent the previous campaign in Spain with Granada. Although the latter were relegated from La Liga, he gained plenty of experience playing in a variety of roles - assets now in evidence at Valencia. Pereira first signed professional terms with United at the start of 2013, the year in which he captained the club’s Milk Cup-winning team in Northern Ireland and was voted Player of the Tournament. By being involved with the Under-21 squad at the end of 2012/13, it was clear that, even then, he was held in very high regard within the Aon Training Complex. And the young schemer scored on his first full appearance at that level, curling home the winner in the clash against West Ham at Old Trafford. Comfortable in possession, he is also an excellent set-piece taker and had an impressive record at international level for the Belgium youth team, before opting to represent the country of his parents’ birth, Brazil. He did so at the Under-20 World Cup in 2015 and scored a superb strike for the South Americans against Serbia. By then, he had played twice for United’s first team as a substitute – his debut in the League Cup defeat away to MK Dons in August 2014 and his maiden league outing in the home victory over Spurs in March 2015. Pereira registered 11 first-team appearances in 2015/16 and notched his first senior goal, with a delicious free-kick against Ipswich Town in the League Cup.

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It’s my dream to play for United on a regular basis.


Andreas Pereira in action against Young Boys of Bern

'The Champions League is good for me' Article

Andreas Pereira discusses the win over Young Boys, his progress this term and the prospect of facing old club Valencia.

Andreas Pereira with his arms crossed while wearing his training kit.
Did you know?

Andreas Pereira is the sixth United player to make a senior appearance for Brazil, following in the footsteps of Kleberson, Anderson, Rafael, Fabio and Fred.

Andreas Pereira in a training session with United

Pereira makes historic Brazil debut Article

The United Academy graduate is the first foreign-born Brazilian to represent the Seleção in over 100 years.


Congratulations to Andreas Pereira for making his senior international debut last night, in Brazil's 5-0 win over El Salvador in Maryland, USA.

Andreas Pereira in action on his United debut, at MK Dons in 2014

It's four years to the day since Andreas Pereira made his first-team bow, in a League Cup tie at MK Dons.

Andreas Pereira in action for United.
Andreas Pereira on Jose Mourinho says

"He helps me with everything, he tells me what to do, he tells me what not to do, so I am very happy that he helps me and gives me this opportunity."

Andreas Pereira.

Pereira set to make history Article

Andreas is poised to become the first player born outside Brazil to represent the national team in 100 years.

Andreas Pereira.
Andreas Pereira says

"In Brazil, you don’t have to be rich or poor. It doesn’t matter who you are. You play football, everyone together, and it’s nice."

Jose Mourinho.

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Andreas Pereira in his United kit.

The Big Interview: Andreas Pereira Article

We highly recommend this insightful Q&A with the no.15, who is determined to repay Jose Mourinho's trust.

Andreas Pereira with Adnan Januzaj.
Andreas Pereira on his Academy memories says

"I played a lot in that team with Adnan Januzaj. I was close friends with him and the manager Warren Joyce helped me a lot. Mentally he made me very strong so I’m very thankful."

Andreas Pereira.
Andreas Pereira says

"I think I’ve totally changed after the two loans – I’m more mature, playing like an adult. I think I really grew up into football over there in Spain."

Andreas Pereira
Andreas Pereira says

"I’m very confident and very happy that the manager gave me this opportunity. I just want to show him and all of the staff what I can do to help the team.”

Marcus Rashford in action for United against Leicester City.

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