Joining Manchester United is the Moroccan forward Adel Taarabt’s dream, the soccer player told La Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday.
Taarabt, who is Queens Park Rangers’ forward, said “I’d leave London only for Manchester United, the club of my dreams, where there is no number 10.”
“For Mr Ferguson [manager of Manchester United] I’d also stay silent on the bench and I would work hard,” he added.
After scoring four goals in 14 matches, Taarabt proved to be a great asset to Queens Park Rangers.
According to the 23-year talented player, Italian side AC Milan wants him but he says any move is contingent on other factors.
“Me to AC Milan? My agent speaks with (AC Milan CEO, Adriano) Galliani, but my future depends on Robinho and Pastore.”
Milan, which is struggling this season, ranks seventh in the 20-team league table.
“Milan aren’t going through a glorious period now, and they’re no longer a part of the top clubs, but making it big with the Rossoneri could open the door to huge clubs like Real Madrid or Barcelona.”
Last year, the talented player attracted the interest of French Ligue 1 club PSG, who made an estimated offer of around nine million pounds after his key role in helping QPR win a promotion.