Ander Herrera Believes That Football Is Not The Priority At United

Manchester United put business not football first - PSG's Ander Herrera

Ander Herrera Takes Swipe at Man Utd Hierarchy After Claiming Football Wasn't Always a Priority

There has been plenty of criticism towards United chiefs in recent years with many believing the likes of Ed Woodward are more focused on results off the pitch than on it. But here, we sweat, we train, we work!

"When I arrive at the training centre, the physios, podiatrist and physical trainer are already at work... football, football, football..."

Asked about PSG's changes this season after the failure of last campaign, which included an embarrassing Champions League round-of-16 exit at the hands of Herrera's United side, the Basque welcomed the Ligue 1 giant's focus on football.

Herrera appears to share that opinion, telling So Foot: "I was very happy at that incredible club".

I don't know, but football wasn't the most important thing in Manchester. I am very grateful to the supporters. "Leonardo is there every day".

Ander Herrera has launched a vicious attack on the culture of Manchester United, insisting that the club's hierarchy did not view the football side of things as its primary concern.

The interviewer again prodded, asking whether Herrera meant business was the priority.

"I will not say it", said Herrera.

"That does not come out of my mouth", Herrera responded to the suggestion.

"I don't know, but football was not the most important thing in Manchester". And the current manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has a massive task ahead. Manchester United next play against 8th placed Brighton on November 10 in a league match to be played at Old Trafford.

Unfortunately, that figure is expected to fall as we enter a new calendar year.

Many have questioned the motives of the club's owners.

"Everyone at Manchester United is committed to delivering on our primary objective of winning trophies", he emphasized, via BBC.

The Spaniard has made six appearances for his new side this season and despite this limited playing time, the 30-year-old has claimed that he is happy in the French capital. In the past, United have rocked kits bearing the logos of tech corporation Sharp and telecommunications company Vodafone.

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