Lucas unsure over PSG decision

Brazilian star Lucas Moura admits he does not know if he has made the right decision by snubbing Manchester United for Paris St Germain.

Last Updated: 05/11/12 at 11:37 Post Comment

Lucas Moura: Unsure over PSG switch

Lucas Moura: Unsure over PSG switch

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United were ready to smash their £30.75m transfer record in the summer to sign Lucas from Sao Paulo but he rejected their overtures.

Big-spending PSG stepped in and sealed a deal for the forward in the summer in a transfer worth around £38m.

Lucas will move to France in January when the Brazilian season is over - but the 20-year-old is unsure whether his decision will turn out to be the right one.

"Thiago Silva has told me a lot about the club and its facilities, and it will be nice to have him as my team-mate," Lucas said.

"However, I have to admit that I do have a bit of fear about how things will pan out. I don't know how well it will go.

"I am not thinking about money, but I am more concerned with whether my next destination will be the right one. PSG's ambition and the presence of the other Brazilians convinced me."

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