Tiago Manuel Dias Correia popularly known as his nickname Bébé, is a Portuguese football striker who currently plays for Manchester United. Bebe inaugurated his professional career to joined with Portuguese Second Division side Estrela da Amadora in 2009 where he scored four goals in twenty-six games and signed the club Manchester United for an undisclosed fee in August 2010, where his name was announced as part of the 25-Man squad for Manchester United to play in the Champion League. Along with, Bebe moved on a season-long loan deal with Besiktas with the option of making the move to permanent for £2 million however, he agonized a cruciate ligament injury whilst on international duty with the Portugal Under-21 side which would assized him out for six months and he banished from Besiktas as broke a team curfew though he returned back to Manchester City. For all that, Tiago Manuel was called up to the Under-21 squad for the first time for their 2011 European under-21 qualifiers.
Bebe to decide on Manchester United future in summer
Manchester United flop Bebe seems finally set to leave the Red Devils at the end of the season, with Portuguese side Benfica particularly interested in the forward. The 23-year-old signed for £7.4 million in 2010, despite Sir Alex Ferguson later admitting he had never seen the Portuguese play. Bebe has yet to start a Premier [...]The post Not Hernandez: Man Utd Striker – I Will Decide My Future When The Season Ends appeared first on Squawka News.