'I know they sell lots of shirts around the world, but they need to win trophies, too.
Argentina legend Maradona has hardly been a huge success as a coach and is now working in Mexican football with Dorados, but the 58-year-old believes he can make United a major force once more.
The outspoken Argentine is now managing Dorados in Mexico's second division but nonetheless, he is adamant he can deliver trophies if he was put in the Old Trafford hot seat.
City striker Sergio Aguero used to be Maradona's son-in-law and the 58-year-old paid close attention to the success garnered by those in the blue half of Manchester.
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And according to The Sun's sources inside Old Trafford, United are "confident" on closing some deals before June's out.
"But now I have to say Man City [are my favourite English team]".
Pogba fell out of favour under Jose Mourinho before the France star returned to the Manchester United team under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United will look to sign a few young, hungry up-and-coming British players and a couple more experienced heads. Paul Pogba? He doesn't work hard enough.
Juventus duo Paulo Dybala and Joao Cancelo are both said to have attracted interest from United in recent months, and could be utilised in a bid to lure Pogba back to Turin. "Federico Chiesa? We certainly have a competitive team, as far as the market is concerned, we await the name of the coach", he told reporters.