Bournemouth star Joshua King is desperate for a return to Man United as he issues a come-get-me plea to the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in this summer transfer window.
Joshua King noted that he had spent five years of his early football career at Man United and learned. He is keen to return there and will jump at any opportunity to do so.
According to him, a move was attempted in the last January transfer window but was unsuccessful but that will not distract him as he is willing to wait for the right time to make the move.
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One of the reasons why Joshua King is keen on a move to Man United is his dream to play in the Champions League. He is also very optimistic that it will happen within the next two years.
Pundits have continued to call on Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to add a striker that will be able to deliver goals consistently to the team and Joshua King could be an option for him.
It is, therefore, unknown if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has an interest in Joshua King and seeks to work with him in order to make a move for him.