Japanese attacking midfielder, Keisuke Honda has hinted on his desires to be in Manchester United squad even though he doesn’t get large amount.
Keisuke Honda might be on his way to Old Trafford by January as the constant urge to have a standard striker boils in Solskjaer.
Manchester United has performed poorly in their last games after beating Chelsea 4-0 in the openeners, and has struggled to get into place following their last premier league game which they lost 2-0 to West Ham United.
The former Melbourne Victory striker who is currently a free agent tweeted on his official page of his desires to feature in the Red Devils squad.
Honda netted 7 goals in his 20 appearances for Melbourne Victory before leaving the club and the 33-year-old Settsu born attacking midfielder looks forward to a professional career return.
“Give me an offer. I don’t need money but I need to play with great team and great teammate! @ManUtd @ManUtd_JP,” Honda tweeted.
— KeisukeHonda(本田圭佑) (@kskgroup2017) September 27, 2019
The Japanese has featured in variety of leagues already, including the Serie A and Eredivisie as he is yet to grace the Premier League.