Nottingham Forest use Driblab, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Manchester United to do the same, according to a report.

According to The Daily Mail, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has recommended to Manchester United to use Madrid-based company Driblab like Nottingham Forest do.

It has been claimed that United manager Solskjaer has recommended to the club to join the client list of Driblab, which, according to The Daily Mail, “has a detailed database on more than 100,000 players and potential signings”.

The report has added that Forest in the Championship and 12 clubs in La Liga have already subscribed to Driblab.

According to The Daily Mail, the Reds used the information at Driblab to make a number of signings in the summer transfer window.

Good plan for Manchester United?

United are a massive club, but at this stage, the Red Devils cannot attract the best players in the world and have to expand their scouting system.

It would not hurt for the Premier League club to subscribe to a database such as that at Driblab.

As for Forest, the Reds are level on points with leaders West Bromwich Albion in second place in the Championship table at the moment.

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