Sevilla striker Luis Fabiano - reportedly wanted by AC Milan, Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United - has revealed he would be open to a move to Old Trafford in the near future.
The 29-year-old Brazilian has netted more than 50 goals for the Andalucians since arriving from Porto in 2005, and has bagged 25 goals in just 36 appearances for the Samba Boys, winning the Golden Shoe at the Confederations Cup during the summer.
As a result, the former Sao Paulo striker has been linked with a move away from the Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán, with AC Milan the favourites to secure his signature in pre-season, only to refuse to meet Sevilla's asking price.
And with speculation rife that a string of Premier League clubs are weighing up moves for him either in January or next summer, Fabiano has admitted he would find an offer from United appealing.
"I see Manchester United as a team with a very interesting style of play, of passing, of crossing. I think Manchester are a team where it would be easy to fit in," he says in the January issue of FourFourTwo magazine, out now.
"I really admire Sir Alex Ferguson. He's been around for so long, always winning titles."
The full, in-depth interview with Fabiano, as well as further exclusives with Sergio Aguero, Didier Drogba and David Silva can be read in the January issue of FourFourTwo magazine, available now.comments