Wes Brown points to Son as a potential United signing

Thu 10 December 2020 | 19:23

Wes Brown, former Manchester United defender has spoken about Ole's home form and the possiblity of signing Son.

Manchester United

suffered a humiliating 6-1 defeat against

Tottenham Hotspur

earlier this season. The defeat was a huge blow and disappointed many Manchester United fans. While admiring Son,

Wes Brown

says the Red Devils should learn from that defeat.

“The international break after the Tottenham defeat probably came at the right time. I really like Tottenham, and I love

Son Heung-min

. I love him. I wish he was at Manchester United,"

the ex-Red Devils defender told Ladbrokes.

“That game is a perfect example of the kind of thing you can't afford to let happen. It gives you a big wake-up call. If you don't turn up you will get beat, and on that occasion, it was by a heavy scoreline.”

Speaking on the bad home form of Ole’s side, Brown said:

“With Bruno Fernandes and the strike force that they [United] have, they can punish any team, as they've proven,"

he added.

“Their home record isn't brilliant at all, though. Away from home, I think they're right up there, it's just about sorting out that home form, and it's something Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is obviously trying to do.

“He's bringing in the right players who are all benefiting the team. I don't think it's the finished article yet, but a lot of the time the mistakes they've made have just been down to simple things; positioning, awareness, lack of concentration.

“That brings about frustration, but in general when they play well you're very confident on them winning the game, whoever they're playing against."



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