Manchester United target confirms Red Devils interest


One of Manchester United’s purported targets has confirmed the Red Devils’ interest in his services and revealed a surprising statement.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is intent on building a dynasty at Manchester United. The Norwegian arrived with huge weight on his shoulders and having to perform a massive overhaul.

However as time has ambled on, slowly and surely Solskjaer is putting things into gear at Old Trafford.

The former United player and cult hero has snipped away a considerable amount of deadwood and has brought in some exciting players to lay the foundations for his dynasty.

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That includes the likes of Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Recently the Red Devils have been in red hot form and have offered the United faithful glimpses of just how Ole Gunnar Solskjaer envisions the future at the club.

It will leave the fans with plenty of excitement.

However, Solskjaer’s reign has not been without disappointment either.

The Norwegian has struggled in the transfer window perhaps through no fault of his own.

In January, the club missed out on key target and Solskjaer’s fellow compatriot, Erling Braut Haland. The teenage sensation moved to Borussia Dortmund instead and the rest is now history.

And it seems, Haland wasn’t the only one to have rejected the Red Devils in favour of a move to Dortmund.

Emre Can who signed for the German outfit from Juventus in January has confirmed the Red Devils were also interested in his services.

Speaking to Kicker via the Daily Mail, Emre Can revealed that he rejected the advances of United because of his ‘Liverpool past.’

Emre Can spent four years at Liverpool and played over 100 games for United’s arch rivals before making the unsuccessful switch to Juventus.

His tenacious style of play made him a fan favourite at Anfield and clearly Emre Can did not want to sabotage his legacy with the Merseysiders.

Of course it is a shame United missed out on the German who is clearly a huge talent and has already impressed in Borussia Dortmund colours since making the switch.

However as the common adage goes; there are plenty of fish left in the sea. Including this ideal Paul Pogba replacement. 

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