‘Give me an offer’ Keisuke Honda makes plea to Man United

Manchester United Football Club needs all the help they can get at the moment, with new signings a necessity.

Usually, it’s the club who identifies a player and makes their move. In this case, though, there’s some role-reversal taking place…

Keisuke Honda (remember him?) is currently a free agent. Yesterday afternoon, the 33-year-old took to Twitter to make a transfer plea to Manchester United, asking the Reds to ‘give me an offer’. The Japan legend even went on to say that he doesn’t need money, rather he just wants to play with a ‘great’ team and ‘great teammate(s)’…

Honda enjoyed a large chunk of his career in Europe with both CSKA Moscow and AC Milan. For the most part, he was actually pretty good, but he’s been without a club since leaving Melbourne Victory on a free transfer.

Perhaps Honda’s proudest times came when donning the Japan jersey, alongside former United star Shinji Kagawa. The attacking midfielder would be available on a free transfer, and relatively little wages (if any at all). Would it be worth the risk? Well, there is none, though I’m not quite sure he’s exactly what United need at this point in time.

I don’t think giving in to player pleas would be the wisest decision Ole has ever made…

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