Lyon striker Bertrand Traore has opened up the possibility of a move to Manchester United by admitting that he is keen on working with his former manager Jose Mourinho once again.
Bertrand Traore has been regarded as one of the most exciting young talents plying his trade in European football in recent times and as a result, it was a huge surprise to see Chelsea selling the young attacker over the summer.
Traore was sold to Ligue 1 side Lyon and after moving to France, the 22-year-old has continued to impress by playing a key role in his side’s domestic campaign so far.
Due to his impressive performances, Traore has already been linked with a move back to England and now the striker himself has hinted at a transfer to Manchester United by stating that he would like to work with his former manager Jose Mourinho once again.
When asked about a potential reunion with Mourinho at Old Trafford, he told Onze Mondial, “Why not? I will work hard and if opportunities open, why not?”
Mourinho was the manager who handed Traore his big break at Chelsea and it will be interesting to see if he will look to reunite with the young striker at Old Trafford in the foreseeable future.