According to Brazilian outlet Globo Esporte, Manchester United are interested in securing the services of Fluminense striker Pedro Guilherme this summer.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a huge squad-rebuilding job to do ahead of 2019/20, and the Norwegian wants to recruit passionate and quality players this summer.
Pedro, who scored 19 goals in 40 games for Fluminense in 2018 is available for £26million and is widely regarded as one of his country’s best youngsters with a huge future.
The 21-year-old had an agreement with Real Madrid last summer having impressed the La Liga giants over the years, but a knee ligament injury, which eventually ruled him out for seven months scuppered a move.
Pedro returned to full fitness last April and will surely be a cheap, yet quality option for United.
After averaging 1.7 goals-per-game in the top-flight last term, the Red Devils need a striker that can deliver on a consistent basis if they are to challenge for silverware and a top-four finish next term, and the highly-rated Brazilian fits the bill.
Pedro earned a call-up to the Brazil national team last August for friendlies against the United States and El Salvador but was not be able to go because of a serious injury, and he would cherish a move to the Premier League in order to prove his worth.
United can help provide him with such a huge chance and opportunity.