A teenage girl has accused Manchester United star Andreas Pereira of offering her £10,000 for a threesome with him and another footballer.
The Brazilian ace allegedly begged pretty Kelly McKinney for the sordid $ex romp after meeting the star at the club's Christmas party last year.
Kelly, 19, claims she and a friend shared drinks and jokes with Pereira and fellow player Paddy McNair but both made it clear there would be no $ex.
According the Sun newspaper, after the night ended Kelly received a begging text from the midfielder asking for a steamy meet-up.
The young woman says Pereira, also 19, then offered her a whopping £10,000 if she would let his fellow United player McNair join in.
There is no suggestion McNair was involved or even aware of the messages
Kelly said: "I nearly fell off my chair when he offered me £10,000 for a threesome. What kind of low-life does that? I'm not that kind of person at all and found it very, very insulting."
Revealing how she first met the footballer, Kelly said that he tracked her down through Twitter after she and a pal managed to get into the Manchester United Christmas party.
The teenager claims Pereira, who was born in Belgium but plays for Brazil's under-20's side, then asked her to start texting him and before long they were chatting on WhatsApp.
It was then the footballer allegedly asked the young woman if she wanted to do something next week with him and Paddy.
Kelly claims she then asked him what he meant, to which he allegedly responded: "Threesome. Will take care of u. U want? How much. Tell me. We were ready to pay 5each."
The teen woman claims she snubbed the offer but alleges that he again contacted her at the beginning of this month asking to hook up for $ex.
According to The Sun, when she asked him if it would be just him, the player is alleged to have said there would be another friend and cash if she did well.
When quizzed about the allegations last night, Pereira's agent Leo Scheinkman is reported to have said: "He is young and single and can have $ex with whoever he wants. What does he have to apologize for?"