Diego Maradona Says he is the man to bring Manchester United trophies without Paul Pogba

Diego Maradona says he is the man to fix Manchester United, with Argentine legend claiming he could take the club back to its former glory.

Maradona is currently managing Dorados in the second division of Mexico, having fallen just before the promotion in two consecutive campaigns.

Manchester United, meanwhile, is currently run by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who replaced José Mourinho on a mid-season midway through the season before receiving
the job permanently.

But Maradona says he believes he is the one who could bring trophies back to Old Trafford if he had the chance to run Manchester United.

"If Manchester [United] needs a coach, I'm the guy for that," he told FourFourTwo.

"I know they sell many shirts around the world, but they need to win trophies as well. I can do this for them.

Prior to joining Dorados, Maradona managed Argentina from 2008 to 2010 before taking on Al Wasl and Fujairah in the United Arab Emirates.

He also served as president of Dynamo Brest and an assistant at Deportivo Riestra.

The former Napoli star was quick to explain a player that would be vital to his efforts to restore the club as well as one that it would not.

"With United I liked Ander Herrera. Paul Pogba? It does not work hard enough, "he said.

"I played at Old Trafford [in the quarterfinals of the 1983/84 Cup Winners' Cup]. What a noise, like La Bombonera.

While he is looking for the employment of Man Utd, Maradona admitted that he became a fan of Manchester City, a club headed by his ex-son-in-law.

Sergio Aguero was married to Gianinna Maradona, the youngest daughter of the former Argentine star, and Maradona admitted that he remains a fan of Manchester City.

"Manchester United used to be my favorite English team for so long. So many great players and a great team under the command of Alex Ferguson.

"But now I have to say Man City, I know you should not change like that, but it's because of Kun [Aguero], we talk a lot and he plays in a very good team."

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