Former Manchester United winger Quinton Fortune hopes he will get the chance to manage the Red Devils in future.
Fortune linked up with Manchester United from Spanish outfit Atletico Madrid in 1999 and spent seven years at the Old Trafford.
The South African has spent the last few years earning his coaching badges.
Read Also: Chelsea Strengthen Top Four Hopes With Comeback Win Vs Aston Villa
The 43-year-old dream is to manage United and hopes to achieve it one day.
“I thought about that question yesterday for some reason and my first thought was to become the manager of Manchester United,” Fortune told the Manchester United podcast.
“That’s my dream. Of course, I’m starting now with the Under-23s and I’m learning a lot and I want to learn as much as possible because management changes so much in the game today.
“Look, I [may] have to go out and learn somewhere else and become a manager. But the dream, the ultimate dream, is to come back and be the manager of Manchester United. From what I’ve been through, I’m going for the highest level.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.