Andy Cole thinks Man United is not a good option for Erling Haaland.
The Red Devils are reportedly interested in signing Erling Haaland in the summer transfer window and several top European clubs are also interested in signing the Norwegian international.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer previously worked with the Borussia Dortmund striker at the start of his career at Molde.
Former United striker Andy Cole believes Old Trafford is not a great option for any player having ambitions of winning major silverware.
“To get these guys to come, Haaland for instance, you’ve got to entice them with something,” Cole told the Daily Mirror.
“You’ve got to entice them with the possibility of winning silverware or being a year away from it. These guys are going to have other options, possibly Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid, maybe Barcelona.
“If you’re playing and have the option of all these clubs, where would United really figure at this moment in time? Even though I love United, I don’t think the club now can ride on its name alone, especially when you’re trying to bring these players in.
“It’s not like when I signed for United. We have to be brutally honest, back then everybody wanted to go there. We’re talking 2021 now. Does everyone want to go to United now?
“I’m not quite sure everyone wants to now.”
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