13 January, 2018
Di Maria completed a high-profile £60million transfer to Old Trafford back in 2014, but the winger is regarded as one of the Premier League's biggest flops of all-time after an immensely underwhelming spell at United.
Sao Paulo, who were in pursuit of Lucas Moura, have made a decision to end the chase, with reports in Brazil claiming the winger is only contracting with United if he were to leave his current side Paris Saint Germain.
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Lucas Moura fared pretty well since joining the club in a €40 million deal from Sao Paulo, scoring 34 goals in 153 Ligue 1 outings.
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The forward wants out and favours a move to England after the seeing less game time since the arrivals of Mbappe and Neymar.
Lucas Moura, at his best, can simply tear apart opposing defences with his pace, dribbling skills and trickery. Still supremely talented and yet to reach full potential, the Brazilian might just burst into life under the astute guidance of Jose Mourinho.
The South American wouldn't be a like-for-like replacement for Coutinho as Moura is predominantly a right winger but Klopp might be tempted to sign him as £22.1m is a relative bargain in today's market.