<a class="postlink" href="http://www.skysports.com/skysports/article/0,,40-1111584,00.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.skysports.com/skysports/arti ... 84,00.html</a>" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Anderlecht striker Aruna Dindane claims to have already received an offer from Manchester United, although his primary desire is to follow close friend Kolo Toure to Arsenal. The 22-year-old has introduced his abilities to the continent's elite during this season's UEFA Champions League and scored in both games against Celtic. Dindane admits his fondness for Highbury, but it was Sir Alex Ferguson's United who have already made contact, according to agent Serge Trimpont. "Anderlecht offered Aruna a rise and a longer contract but United wanted him to turn it down and sit out the last year of his present deal," explained Trimpont. "But, after everything Anderlecht had done for Aruna, we didn't think that was fair to them." The Ivory Coast attacker has seen his value soar after some tremendous displays this term, and his club are in a position to demand a sizeable fee for his services. "The Champions League has taught me I need to play regularly at a higher level than Belgian football to improve my game," he told World Soccer. "Ideally, it would be great to follow my best friend, Kolo Toure, to Arsenal, though the competition for places in attack there might be tough. "I mean my great hero, Dennis Bergkamp, is there as well. "But I can at least say I've had an offer from Manchester United, so I think I have a right to set my sights high." Dindane is under contract in Brussels until 2006, but will be allowed to leave next year if a satisfactory bid is forthcoming.