Galatasaray star Bruma says he would fit “perfectly” into English football and has admitted that he would “love” the chance to work with Jose Mourinho.
The winger has recently been linked with United, while Arsenal and Tottenham have been credited with an interest in the 22-year-old.
The Gala man is tied down to a contract until the end of next season and they may sell rather than risk losing him for free, so the player could be available for around £8million.
Speaking to the Portuguese media, Bruma explained that he would be honoured to be able to work alongside Mourinho.
Bruma told O Jogo: “Any player would love to work with him (Mourinho). It would be an honour for me, but, while it doesn’t happen, I’m focused here (Galatasaray).
“I’ve already played in Spain. I’d perfectly fit in English football.”
Bruma, who spent last season with Real Sociedad on loan, possesses lightning pace and with Mourinho believed to be looking to add some speed to his attack he could be on the Portuguese manager’s radar.
Bruma has been in fine form for Galatasaray this season, scoring four goals as well as providing three assists in 12 matches in all competitions.
His impressive performances for the Turkish side and for Portugal at junior levels have caught the eye of Mourinho’s scouts.