Manchester United target Alessio Cerci has refused to rule out a summer switch from Serie A side Torino.
The Italy international, who can operate up front or on both flanks, will have only two years remaining on his contract when the transfer window reopens and he is yet to commit to an extension. After coming in for criticism from his own supporters earlier in the campaign for discussing the possibility of a summer exit, he is now coy on the subject but a source close to Old Trafford told they have taken encouragement from the 26-year-old’s stance. Cerci told Tutto Mercato Web: “I have made a sincere examination of conscience and do not want to talk about the market until the end of the season because it is not fair for the fans. “As soon as I mentioned the market my sincerity was not appreciated by fans and therefore I do not speak more than this. “At the end of the championship we will see with the company, I’m fine here, I have always shown great affection to the fans, the coach and all the people. In Turin I feel pampered, and as a result at the end of the season I will decide what to do with the company.

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