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11/01/2019 - 23:43 BST

Liverpool and Man Utd Linked Eder Militao Tipped For Premier League Move


Manchester United and Liverpool defensive target Eder Militao is closing in on a move to the Premier League next summer, it has been claimed.

FC Porto signed the Brazilian centre-back from Sao Paulo last summer and only a few months into his career in Europe, the defender has been linked with a Premier League switch.

The 20-year-old centre-back has been on Manchester United’s radar, while Liverpool have also been mooted as admirers.

Porto are now coming to terms with the prospect of losing Militao.


And according to Italian broadcaster Premium Sport, the defender is likely to move to England next summer despite interest from other clubs in Europe.

The Brazilian seems to prefer a move to the Premier League and it is being suggested that one of his high profile English suitors will get their hands on him soon.


Serie A giants Roma and European champions Real Madrid have also been watching Militao, but it appears a move to England is on the cards.

Militao has a €50m release clause in his contract and Porto are expecting to receive the full figure before allowing him to leave.