Manchester United’s Brazilian full back Fabio da Silva has revealed that he could be ready to quit the English giants in search for first team football.

According to an interview the Brazilian gave to an English media outlet, he is considering his options after being limited to very few opportunities to first team action and he could be seeking a move away from the club in the January window or next summer as he seeks to fulfill his ambitions and get regular playing time.

Speaking in the interview, the Brazilian youngster stated that he thinks the time has come for him to weigh up his options and he could leave the club in the next window or next summer, whichever is suitable for him. He stated that there are some clubs already showing interest in his services but Fabio da Silva also admitted that he is not looking to rush into a decision and will take time before he decides on his next move.

The 23 year old Brazilian spent last season on loan at Queens Park Rangers and suffered relegation with the London club and has so far, failed to nail down a first team spot under David Moyes as well as former manager Sir Alex Ferguson after arriving at the club with twin brother Rafael in 2008.

He has fallen behind the pecking order at left back at United with Moyes preferring Dutchman Alexander Buttner as back up to Patrice Evra and is also tracking Leighton Baines as cover for the Frenchman and this has led Fabio da Silva to consider his options.

He might feel aggrieved that he has failed to nail down a regular spot at left back whereas Rafael is a starter on the opposite flank and he might think it’s time to go separate ways.