Ander-Herrera Reveals Why He Left Man-U

Ander-Herrera Reveals Why He Left Man-U
Ander-Herrera Reveals Why He Left Man-U

Ander-Herrera Reveals Why He Left Man-U

Ander Herrera has disclosed the shocking crisis that led to his Manchester United departure, asserting that he “deserved more honour” from the club.

In 2014, Herrera signed with United from Athletic Club for €36 million (£32m/$41m), and was featured in 189 matches for the 13-time Premier League winners, manchester united.

The 30-year-old was unable to assist the club increase their haul of league titles, but did get his hands on the FA Cup, Europa League and Carabao Cup during his five-year stay in Manchester.

Despite the very fact that the Spaniard was still a daily in United’s line up throughout the 2018-19 season, he was made to attend for a proposal of fresh terms and ultimately turned down the prospect to increase his contract when the offer finally arrived, dropping into the representation pool last summer before being swiftly snapped up by Paris Saint-Germain

Ander-Herrera Reveals Why He Left Man-U

The midfielder has now disclosed that he wasn’t in good pace with the United board during his final year at the club and says he had no other alternative but think of leaving after being treated unfairly.

“It wasn’t about money,” Herrera told The Athletic. “It wasn’t about the duration of the offer .

“In my own assertion, I gave them a long time to renew my contract and deserved more honour from the club. I gave everything while with them and I never complained for once went to the media to lay my complaint.

“I have never given any manager, member of the board an ill attitude and they have to wait after I had five or six months left on my contract.

“That’s why I had some disagreements with them. I tell you this but I also tell you that it’s a part of football, a part of life, nothing personal in the least – but you ask the question and I give my point of view, as knowledgeable player.”

Herrera failed in his first season at PSG because of injuries, but he emerged a Ligue 1 winners’ medal after the  French domestic campaign was cancelled in April.

Top-flight authorities decided to scrap all remaining fixtures amid the coronavirus pandemic, and subsequently named Thomas Tuchel’s men champions for a 3rd successive year.

Ander-Herrera Reveals Why He Left Man-U

The Bundesliga has since commenced in Germany, with the Premier League set to follow suit after La Liga are planning to get back in Spain this weekend, and Herrera is among those who believed that Ligue 1 was dumbed “prematurely”.

He told Marca last month: “In my thought, the league was cancelled by France prematurely because it’s displaying that they will come. You ‘re envious on seeing your team-mates working.”


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