Manchester United has been reported to have welcomed the advice from former club legend Rio Ferdinand about the success of manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as club boss.
Rio urged his former club to sign Leeds United star Kalvin Philips for Solskjaer ahead of West Ham United defensive world class machine Declan Rice.
The former England defender was much concerned with Rice fitting in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer squad revealing he was not the type who could give the Norwegian success he wants at Old Trafford. Rio said Philips is less cost compared to Rice and he fits Solskjaer's style of play and added that for United to win a big trophy, they need Philips type of player in the squad.
And on their side, Manchester United are now looking on how to land Philips at Old Trafford.
Reports claims United are contacting Leeds United over the possible move for the English star as Ole look to build strong midfield for consistent good performance.
Manchester United have struggled in the past five matches with midfield looking to be the one having a big problem. Ours is to wait and see if they will land Philips as being claimed.
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