The new Paris Saint-Germain signing has ended a five-year spell at Manchester United as he joins the French Ligue 1 club.
After five years with Manchester United, footballer Ander Herrera has left the club to join French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain.
And he has revealed the differences he had with Red Devils’ manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
“I don’t like looking at the past,” Herrera was quoted by Football 365.
“But there were differences regarding the project and my importance within it.”
“I was very happy, I have a lot to thank the club for, the fans and also Solskjaer,” he added.
“He did a lot for me to stay, but things didn’t happen. They arrived late and, by then, I’d already made the decision to play in Paris.”
“I am very happy to have made that decision because I am enjoying this magnificent city, this beautiful stadium and this club, which has a glamour few can match,” he commented.
“To leave United, the biggest team in England, you need something like PSG, which is the biggest in France. I could not play in another English club.”
“PSG is a group in continuous development and which is in one of the most beautiful cities in the world,” he explained.
“I visited it as a tourist and I fell in love. Now I have the chance to play for his team, which has a very high ceiling and goals, and which has some of the best players in the world.”
Revivez la 1⃣re journée de notre nouveau joueur @AnderHerrera en tant que Parisien ! 👌
— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_inside) July 4, 2019