Former Melbourne Victory marquee Keisuke Honda has offered his playing services to European giants Manchester United and AC Milan.

Honda is currently without a team after leaving Victory at the end of last season however, the Japanese star is currently managing Cambodia.

The attacking midfielder took to Twitter on Friday in a bid to catch Manchester United's attention tweeting: "Give me an offer. I don't need money but I need to play with great team and great team mate! @ManUtd."

Manchester United are currently struggling in the early part of this season finding themselves in 10th position after a 1-1 draw with Arsenal on Tuesday morning.

The Red Devils could certainly use some depth in attack after injuries to Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba have hindered their early-season progress.

If Manchester United are indeed to make an offer to Honda they may want to get in before AC Milan after Honda offered to help his struggling former side.

The Cambodian manager tweeted Monday night: "I have always wanted to help you. Call me when you need me! @acmilan"

Milan currently sit in 16th position in the Serie A with only two wins from their first six fixtures and could certainly turn to the Japanese international who spent four seasons at the Italian side. 

While certainly a strange tactic in pursuing a team, with both European heavyweights far from their former glory they could turn to the former Victory ace for help.