Manchester United are proceeding to look for the following Park Ji-sung or Shinji Kagawa, as per their East Asian scout.
Kei Tamura covers Japan and South Korea for the English goliaths and, subsequent to prescribing a high school Kagawa to Cerezo Osaka in 2006, the Japan-based ability spotter would love just to take another age of geniuses from the area to Old Trafford.
“I am searching hard for the second Park Ji-sung and the successor to Kagawa,” Tamura revealed to Sports Seoul amid a visit to watch Pohang Steelers go up against Jeonbuk Motors in the K-League.
“I monitor players who can be as great.”
The scout included that he is a piece of a worldwide system of ability discoverers, entrusted with chasing down players with explicit qualities that United manager Jose Mourinho is hunting down.
“We are searching for players that meet the explicit criteria of head mentor Jose Mourinho,” he said. “The scout group pioneer meets with Mourinho and is given point by point directions.”
Tamura conceded that finding the following Asian hotshot would not just help Manchester United test at the highest point of the Premier League, yet there would likewise be off the pitch benefits.
“There is no uncertainty that signings Korean and Japanese players can have a beneficial outcome in the Asian market,” Tamura included.
“That isn’t the reason they are chosen in any case, the primary thing we consider is aptitude.”