A previous Manchester United player has communicated his conviction that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should dunk once again into the transfer market for a midfield despot.
Ashley Young has asked Manchester United to at last supplant Michael Carrick by going in for Marco Verratti, demanding the Paris Saint-Germain star “would be an amazing signing”.
Manchester United have partaken in a strong beginning to the 2021-22 mission under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, ascending to fourth in the Premier League standings and second in their Champions League group with a sensational 2-1 triumph against Villarreal denoting their most recent triumph.
In any case, it has been recommended that an absence of value in the center of the part will at last subvert their endeavors to end a five-year prize dry season, and Young trusts Verratti could be the last piece of the riddle for Solskjaer.
The ex Manchester United winger sees likenesses between the PSG playmaker and Solskjaer’s present assistant manager Carrick, who won 5 league titles and the Champions League at Old Trafford prior to hanging up his boots in 2018.
This is what Ashley Young had to say in an interview with BBC Radio Fice Live;
”The Michael Carrick type has been missing for years. They haven’t gone out and replaced Michael Carrick. Don’t get me wrong, Fred and McTominay are good players but I don’t think there’s a Michael Carrick around.
I was watching the PSG vs City game yesterday and I think Marco Verratti is the closest one and nobody’s gone out to test the water to try to sign him. I think he would be an unbelievable signing for Manchester United.”