Brazil forward Fred talks up possibility of Europe move after World Cup
Brazil striker Fred has admitted he can see his future in Europe and has talked up the prospect of a move to Italy.
The Fluminense forward has played in Europe before and he revealed that an approach for him came after the Confederations Cup but no concrete offer was forthcoming.
Fred spoke to Gazzetta dello Sport this week, and said: “There was an approach after the Confederations Cup.
“They met with my brother who is also my agent. Previously Lazio, Napoli and Roma had held talks with my club but no concrete offer ever came.
“Inter are one of the big clubs, where greats have played like Ronaldo and Adriano. I follow the leagues in Italy, Spain, England. Especially Serie A.
“I’d like to play there. Besides Inter I see a lot of games that Napoli and Juventus play, they are very strong. There are very good for me to score many goals.”
Football Italia quoted the 30-year-old and he admitted after the World Cup a move to Europe could happen.
“After the World Cup then? I do not know how things will go,” Fred added.
“I am happy at Fluminense. I few years ago I thought my future would be only in Brazil. But now I see a possible return to Europe.”