Fred has demanded that Manchester United will “hope to win the Champions League next season” ahead of their final day standoff against Leicester.
Joined are as of now sitting third in the Premier League standings on goal contrast ahead of Chelsea, with Leicester a point further back in fifth.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men will be guaranteed a place in the Champions League in the event that they can make sure about at least a draw at the King Power Stadium on Sunday.
Be that as it may, if Leicester win and Chelsea beat Wolves at Stamford Bridge, the Red Devils could drop out of the top-four totally – a scenario which Fred is declining to contemplate.
The Brazil international says United “merit” a place among Europe’s world-class next season, and he even accepts they are capable of mounting a realistic challenge for the famous trophy.
“As a club, we ought to be in the Champions League each year as we’re a massive club,” Fred told the United’s official site.
“So to be back in the Champions League is really important for us players, it’s also important for the club.
“It’s what the players and the club merit. It will be great to be back in the Champions League next season and we will hope to win.”
One man liable to start against Leicester is Harry Maguire, who finished a change to Old Trafford from the King Power for a record charge of £80 million (£102m) last summer.
The England international helped United beat his old club 1-0 in this present season’s converse installation, and Fred expects his team-mate to place in another strong appearing at the heart of the barrier.