Tottenham Hotspur make enquiry to sign Lucas Moura in cut price deal

The wife of Angel Di Maria has reportedly urged Lucas Moura's partner to reject Manchester United's advances and stay on in Paris.

That could work in Liverpool's favour with the club still in Europe's biggest club competition.

Blessed with enormous potential, Lucas Moura could certainly add an extra dimension to the slightly jaded Manchester United attack.

The Brazil worldwide is, hence, looking for greener pastures, as he covets to get as much game-time as possible in the hopes of getting elected for this summer's World Cup.

Disregarding the reports from Le Parisien this week, which declared PSG aim to earn €40m for the Brazilian, Globo Esporte have affirmed that the deal could happen for just €25m (£22m, $30m).

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PSG need to sell some players so as to not fall foul of UEFA's financial fair play rule and it seems like manager Unai Emery has given the green light to sell the talented Brazilian star.

PSG chiefs are hoping they will also receive outright transfer proposals in the January window, but if they do decide to consider loan bids, Man Utd and Spurs will be vying for the player's signature.

Lucas Moura, at his best, can simply tear apart opposing defences with his pace, dribbling skills and trickery.

The 25-year-old has 18 months remaining on his contract in Paris, with his current employers thought to be ready to accept a bid of close to €40 million for the player they paid around €50m for in the summer of 2012.

Jose Mourinho called on the club's hierarchy over December to rival Manchester City's ambitiousness in the transfer market after failing to secure the services of Ivan Perisic over the summer.

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