CHAMPIONS LEAGUE history-maker Edmund Addo has sent Manchester United a ‘come and get me’ appeal.
The Ghanaian, 21, helped Sheriff Tiraspol record an astonishing 2-1 win over Real Madrid at the Bernabeu on Tuesday.
Goals from Jasurbek Yakhshiboev and Sebastien Thill cancelled out a Karim Benzema penalty to give the Moldovan title winners all three points.
Addo previously helped Tiraspol beat Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 in their opening game, leaving the minnows three points clear at the top of Group D.
And the midfielder told Ghanaian radio station Joy FM: “Ideally, my dream is to play for Manchester United.
“Which player doesn’t want to be in one of the strongest football clubs in Europe? I am no exception.”
Addo spent three seasons with Slovak top-flight club Senica before joining Tiraspol in July.
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He began his career with home-country club Mighty Cosmos.
The defensive midfielder’s recent heroics have since put him on the brink of a national team call-up.
And Addo could end up facing Man Utd later this season if Tiraspol continue their good form and the Red Devils get their act together.
Addo added: “Since childhood I have been rooting for the Red Devils. But today you have to work hard.
“I strive to get a chance to prove myself in the Champions League. Now this is the most important thing.”