Premier League giants Manchester United have been told to sign former Chelsea defender Gary Cahill in the quest to solve their much publicised defensive issues from last season.
Former Premier League defender Danny Mills has told both Arsenal and Manchester United to sign Gary Cahill who’s a free agent.
Former Leeds United and Manchester City right-back Mills talked about Gary Cahill while he was on British radio TalkSport.
Gary Cahill is without a club after his Chelsea contract ran out at the end of last season.
The retired England international spent over seven years at Chelsea before he left the club this summer.
Chelsea signed Gary Cahill from Bolton Wanderers during the winter transfer window in 2012 for £7m.
The former Aston Villa player went on to win the Champions League title with Chelsea in 2012 just some months after joining the West Londoners.
He also won two Premier League titles as well as two Europa League titles during his time as a Chelsea player.
Gary Cahill assumed the captaincy role at Chelsea after club legend John Terry left two seasons ago.
Danny Mills believes that Cahill will do a good job at Manchester United or Arsenal who conceded 54 goals and 51 goals in the Premier League last season.