Manchester United caretaker boss, Michael Carrick, has named the Red Devils player he likes.
Carrick said he really likes Fred, adding that he admires the midfielder’s attitude and desire to be a key player.
The former England international stated this on Wednesday during his pre-match press conference ahead of Man United’s clash with Arsenal on Thursday night at Old Trafford.
Carrick said, “I think that gets overlooked, the first choice for Brazil in a good Brazil team shows far how Fred’s come since he came to the club.
And hope much he’s improved. I really like him. One of the biggest things is his attitude and desire to be a key player, desperate to put himself out there and play games.
“That mentality is infectious, I think he’s improved an awful lot, Fred. He brings great energy to the team and he’s improving. He’s played a little higher up the pitch than before because we tweaked a couple of things for both games and he’s done ever so well. The regains and especially Cristiano’s goal against Villarreal, epitomises that and he almost did it when he intercepted from Mendy. He brings an awful lot to the team and I like him an awful lot.”