Last updated on September 28, 2019
Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda on Saturday promoted himself to Manchester United in an odd and seemingly distressed Twitter plea, as he searches for a new team.
“Give me an offer,” the former AC Milan striker tweeted out of his confirmed account, tagging United’s official Twitter accounts.
“I don’t want money but I want to play great staff and a good team partner! ,” stated the 33-year-old, among those highest-profile titles in Asian soccer.
Honda is looking for a new club in Europe after departing Australia’s Melbourne Victory in May.
He’s intending to keep playing global soccer after announcing his intention to compete in Tokyo 2020 Olympics as an overage player.
Honda shot to fame in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa when his intentions helped Japan reach the final 16.
Instantly recognizable with his spiky, bleached blond hair, he also played with for Italian giants AC Milan out of 2014 to 2017, after earlier stints to get VVV-Venlo at Holland and Russian side CSKA Moscow.
This past year, Honda signed on as general director of Cambodia’s national group with no salary on a yearlong contract.