On Loan AC Milan midfielder Frank Kessie has expressed that the player would be more than glad if Jose Mourinho satisfies his fantasy and make him a future Manchester United player.
Milan sealed the Ivory Coast midfielder on a two year’s loan from Atlanta this season after the player delivered a rankling effort for the Italian side the last term, their best season ever, completing fourth in Serie A with 72 points, winning 21 matches.
Kessie played 30 matches in the season for them in the league and enrolled six goals along with three assists while playing in the midfield and seeing his potential, Milan did not delay to sign him rapidly.
Since landing, the 21-year-old midfielder additionally has turned into a regular starter in the Milan side. The once European mammoths have struggled this season in Serie A, however, the box-to-box midfielder has been drawing consideration from all around the world amidst all these after a few noteworthy displays as he has enrolled four goals with a further five assists in more than 37 matches in all rivalries.
Prior there were reports that clubs like Chelsea and Roma are observing his progress and already have made an enquiry for the player.
But the player now has opened up about his coveted intention and has conveyed a message to the manager of Theater of Dreams by demanding that he wants to play for the Red Devils.
‘I did not hear any rumours around Roma, as I was at the Africa Cup of Nations and so focused only on playing,’ Kessie told Tuttomercatoweb.
‘I like the Premier League and in particular Manchester United, the club I dream of playing for.
‘Chelsea? That is also a big club, nobody would turn them down, but I dream of United.’
United are expected to fortify their central midfield in the Summer and with reports developing of Carrick’s retirement and Marouane Fellaini’s choice of leaving the club toward the finish of the season, Kessie’s transfer appeal without a doubt will hand United a positive sign who are likewise supposedly taking a look at Napoli midfielder Jorginho and Lazio ace Milinkovic Savic as potential enrollments.