When asked if he thought United would, however, Van der Sar has insisted on the fact that they had to take a departure heated.
“The first thing to say is that I really hope that United will take a good start when the matches resume,” he said.
“I think this will be crucial for any team that wants to succeed in the last part of the season – start well.
“It is crucial to create a dynamic. It is a scenario in which no team has ever been before, so it will be interesting to see how this affects things. ”
Van der Sar added: “I’m really excited to see the football and, of course, look at United, that I particularly like to watch her play.
“As to the victory in the FA Cup – I hope. I always hope that my former club will be successful in every game that he will play! ”
The Red Devils come in the course of the summer to within three points of Chelsea, who currently holds the fourth place coveted.
But fifth place might be sufficient to reach the champions League if Man City loses its appeal against the suspension of the UEFA.
The journey from United to Tottenham Hotspur on Friday will be a hard test to see if they can follow the advice of Van der Sar.
Their goalkeeper winner of champions League 2008 has also said that one of their rivals no. 1 was among the best in the world.
“The two names that I immediately came to mind were Alisson Becker of Liverpool and Jan Oblak to Atletico Madrid.
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“I would say that both of these players are goalkeepers absolutely outstanding in very good teams,” said van der Sar.
Van der Sar was speaking after the announcement that he was part of the new team for the Soccer Aid World XI FC in FIFA 20.
eSoccer Aid – an online competition on Saturday, June 27 – raising funds to help stop the spread of the coronavirus and to limit the impact on the lives of children.