£21m Man United target issues come-and-get-me plea, rivals Liverpool also in race for star Brazilian

Liverpool scout Talisca Besiktas

£21m Man United target issues come-and-get-me plea, several Euro giants in race for star Brazilian

Besiktas star Anderson Talisca has issued a come-and-get-me-plea to secure a transfer away from Benfica.

Talisca is on-loan at Besiktas but has underlined that he does not want a Benfica return.

“I am happy at Besiktas, I do not want to return to Benfica,” Talisca was quoted as saying by Turkish football.

“I want a club to sign me on a permanent deal, returning to Benfica is not an option.”

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Besiktas have an £18 million release clause option but other clubs will have to fork out £21 million to activate his release fee.

Black Eagles president Fikret Orman did recently rule out the possibility of activating Talisca’s release clause.

The Istanbul giants are however, reconsidering their options regarding finding a sponsor to cover part of the fee due to him form.

Besiktas do have an option to extend his loan deal by an additional season but if his release fee is activated he could be signed on a permanent transfer.

Talisca has been in brilliant for Besiktas scoring a career high 13 goals in all competitions – as well as six assists.

The 23-year-old has attracted widespread interest from across Europa as a result.

Turkish-Football reported that Manchester United have been scouting the 23-year-old.

Talisca is represented by the same agent as United boss Jose Mourinho – Jorge Mendes.

The Portuguese manager has spoke favourably of the 23-year-old in the past.

Turkish newspaper Takvim meanwhile recently reported that Liverpool are prepared to activate his release clause.

Fotospor have also reported that Talisca has received interest from the Serie A and La Liga.

Talisca would be able to currently play in Italy or Spain but he would require a work permit from the Home Office.

The 23-year-old had a transfer to Liverpool blocked last year due to not being granted a work permit according to O Jogo.