Former Japan and Milan no. 10 Keisuke Honda reaches out to the club on twitter offering his services. Here's the lowdown:
Former AC Milan and Japan midfielder Keisuke Honda has reached out to the club o twitter offering his services after Milan's big loss to Fiorentina at home on Sunday night. The former no. 10 played for the Rossoneri between 2014 and 2017 after joining the club as a free agent. The Japanese international struggled to make a lasting impact with Milan given his dips in form and only managed 11 goals in the league and cup over 92 appearances.
I have always wanted to help you. Call me when you need me! @acmilan— KeisukeHonda(本田圭佑) (@kskgroup2017) September 30, 2019
Honda has hilariously reached out to Manchester United and AC Milan on twitter as both clubs struggle with difficult starts to their respective seasons in the Serie A and the English Premier League. Honda's comments may be a joke or he might be pulling a Zaccardo looking to his network for a legitimate move.
Keisuke Honda is officially a Melbourne Victory player.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) August 15, 2018
The Japanese midfielder introduces today's Squawka Suggests. pic.twitter.com/i8D30SxkkS
Honda has just completed a season in Australia's A-League with Melbourne Victory earning a third place finish where the mercurial midfielder scored 7 times. Honda was often seen to be the biggest signing of the league since Alessandro del Piero. The 33-year old is also reported to have had a huge impact on the standards of his club urging the players and management to work harder and look to achieve more.
Honda has held a managerial role alongside his stint with Melbourne as the coach/general manager of the Cambodia national team. The charismatic former Japan captain has led the team to achieve monumental wins as they often struggle to pick up any victories. They recently beat Pakistan in the first round of qualifiers for the World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
Honda has been busy since he departed Milan but will unlikely be rejoining the Rossoneri despite his generous offer.
We wish him luck wherever he goes next!