Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that signing for the club still appeals to the best players in the world.
Manchester United is far from the force they once were under Sir Alex Ferguson.
In fact, it could even be considered kind to refer to the club as being in a rebuilding season.
While they are currently fifth in the Premier League, they have been as low as 13th.
They are an astounding 22 points behind league leaders, Liverpool.
The idea of playing in the Champions League is nothing more than a pipe dream as things stand right now.
However, club legend and current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer still thinks the club has appeal.
The Norwegian believes that United in name and history alone appeals to the world’s very best footballers.
As he prepares for the January transfer window, in an interview reported by Goal, he insists he is chasing the very best players.
Solskjaer insists that they want to come to the Theatre of Dreams and be involved in getting the club back to where it rightfully belongs.
“I’m sure players would want to be here.”
“Man United is the biggest and best club in the world.”
“I’m sure there are so many players who would want to be part of the rebuild of Man United.”
” We want to play the type of football our fans and players enjoy.”
United continued to be linked with some of the most sought after players in Europe.