- Roma forward Patrik Schick wants a move to Manchester United
- He has reportedly told his club he wants to join the Red Devils
- But Manchester United have not made any bid to sign the player
Roma striker Patrik Schick is reported to have told his club that he wants to move to Premier League campaigners Manchester United when the January 2018 transfer window opens.
Schick made a move to Rome over the summer having made a huge impression in his first year in Italy with Sampdoria.
The Czech forward scored 11 goals in 32 appearances in his debut year in Serie A which led to Italy's top clubs chasing his signature.
But the striker is reportedly considering a mega move to Manchester United, although the Red Devils have not officially made an offer for him.
“It’s not really possible to move much higher than Roma, but there are few clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona, but will prefer Manchester United,'' he told Reporter Magazine.