I told LVG to sign Mbappe and Jesus, Giggs makes stunning claim

Red Devils’ legend and former interim handler, Ryan Giggs has said he told ex-manager Louis Van Gaal to sign Kylian Mbappe and Gabriel Jesus years ago, long before they caught the eyes of fans, manunews blog reports.
The club obviously didn’t take Giggy’s advice, and now the duo are among the world’s leading talents.
The United’s most decorated player also revealed that he even clashed with the clubs transfer policy, while assisting the Dutch coach between 2014-16.
Mbappe joined PSG on loan from Monaco in August with the option for a permanent move for £166m, and Jesus has been brilliant since joining Manchester City for £27m.
“I watched Gabriel Jesus play three years ago. I watched Mbappe for a year. I was watching them with the scout and it was a no-brainer,” Giggs said in an interview with The Times.
“It was just like ‘get them’. It would have been £5m or something – get them, loan them back – and that’s where the recruitment could have been better.”
Giggs admits he clashed with Van Gaal over his transfer policy, with the Dutchman bringing in several stars that eventually flopped and selling a number of players you would have expected the club to keep.
“I know what a Manchester United player looks like,” added Giggs.
“There have been a lot who have come through that haven’t been United players and also players who were United players and shouldn’t have left.
“I’m talking about Rafael [Da Silva], Danny [Welbeck], and Jonny Evans – players who are United through and through.
“It was hard because Louis had his own ideas and you had to respect that, but, yes, we had a few arguments about a couple of them. He understood because I had played with those lads, but they just weren’t for him.

“Some of them, like Welbeck, wanted to play more regularly, and Jonny had a few injuries at the time, so you could understand it, but – and it’s not saying it in hindsight – recruitment hasn’t been great either.”