It wasn’t a great season for Manchester United as they finished second in the Premier League, were beaten in the FA Cup final and were eliminated earlier in the Carabao Cup and Champions League.
Ashley Young admitted that it was a bitter one as they wanted to win trophies but it wasn’t meant to be for them – but he hopes that the squad will bounce back and they will become even stronger the next season.
The England international spoke about his side’s season as he said, according to Goal:
“I think we have to come back stronger: stronger in the league, stronger in the FA Cup, stronger in the League Cup, stronger in the Champions League. We want to be fighting on all fronts.”
“We have the summer now to look forward and come back and prepare in pre-season. We wanted to win things, win titles, but it wasn’t meant to be.”
“We finished second with the points we did; in a different season we would have won the league, but it wasn’t meant to be and today is a disappointing one. It will take a while to settle in and we now have the summer to prepare for next season.”