Former Manchester United midfielder, Owen Hargreaves has backed his old club to make a move for Bournemouth’s Dominic Solanke.
Solanke has been in brilliant form for Bournemouth so far this season.
The 26-year-old has scored eight Premier League goals, including the one he scored in his side’s Premier League 3-0 win against Man United at Old Trafford last Saturday.
Solanke has already spent time at Chelsea and Liverpool in his career so far but failed to make an impact on the first team.
However, Hargreaves reckons the attacker has matured and is ready to play for a club like Man United.
“I would take him at Manchester United, all day,” Hargreaves told Premier League Productions.
“At Chelsea, he was the prized academy player.
“He went to Liverpool with that brilliant front three. That generational front three. He was never going to break into that.
“But I think he would have learnt and been mentored by Firmino, Mane and Salah. We saw it with Wilf (Zaha) when he went to Manchester United. He wasn’t ready. He was too young.”