Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has claimed that Sergio Aguero would be a great addition to Jose Mourinho’s current squad.
Manchester City‘s star forward seems to be out of favour under Pep Guardiola at the moment, and the ex-United midfielder has urged Mourinho to take advantage of the situation by signing the 28-year-old Argentine up, so as to make his squad complete.
Speaking of the current Red Devils’ roster, Scholes firstly heaped praises on Mourinho’s new summer signings and how they have tremendously improved the squad.
The 42-year-old told Daily Mail: “They (Ibrahimovic and Pogba) are big signings. Henrikh Mkhitaryan as well. The signings in previous years weren’t good enough. Van Gaal signed players who didn’t have enough character or presence to play at this club.
“We knew what stars Pogba, Ibrahimovic and Mkhitaryan were. They’ve all played at massive clubs and were ready-made special players. It was what was needed. It’s no surprise how well Zlatan has done, although he would have struggled in a Van Gaal team.”
The BT Sport pundit then added how United now need only two more players to become a balanced team again.
“They’re only a couple of players away,” said the 11-time Premier League winner. “I would bring in a controlling midfield player. A centre forward to help Ibrahimovic. Griezmann – or Aguero wouldn’t be bad!
“We’ll have to see defensively when they play Tottenham, City, Chelsea, and Arsenal. That will determine whether he needs a centre half. Right-back, left-back not a problem. Goalkeeper not a problem, unless Real Madrid want him [David de Gea].”