RB Leipzig star Amadou Haidara has laid bare his dream of playing for Manchester United, reports Sportwitness.
United are the most successful club in the history of the Premier League but despite their unimpressive campaign in the last decade, they have remained very attractive to footballers.
United handed Jose Mourinho the sack and appointed club legend Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. Yet, the form of the side has dwindled prompting criticism for the players and manager.
Solskjaer is yet to sign a player of his but he would be handed a transfer warchest for the coming summer, with significant changes expected to be made to his ailing squad.
The Red Devils may not have to look to far for new signings as it is given that players are tacitly sending transfer plea to the club. First it was Thomas Munier and now Haidara.
The 21-year-old was quizzed by SportBild, about his biggest dream and he said: “I like Manchester United very much and watch as many games as possible. I dream of playing there. But at the moment I am very satisfied with RB Leipzig. Our big goal is to get into the Champions League.”
The midfielder has been tipped to come good.