Former Manchester United midfielder, Ander Herrera has faulted the club following his successful move to French giants Paris St Germain after a five-season stay at Old Trafford.
The 29-years-old who joined PSG on a free transfer this summer took a swipe on the United board for failing to move swiftly enough to pin him at Old Trafford.
Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted to keep Herrera and had made it clear to the club that the midfielder was part of his long-term plans but Herrera and his representatives were asking the club to double his salary to close to £300,000-a-week, figures United were simply not prepared to meet.
After much debate, that bore no fruits coupled with the stand-off between both parties allowed Herrera to run his contract down and join PSG on a five-year deal worth £300,000-a-week, an amount equaling to what he as demanding from United.
United made a last-ditch offer to Herrera in March, but by that stage, the 29-year-old had made up his mind to join French champions PSG.
The Spaniard voted United’s player of the year in 2017 and who made 189 appearances in five years, scoring twelve goals has broken his silence on his Old Trafford exit.
He has blamed the United board, chiefly executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, for failing to keep him at the club and meeting his demands which he believes were within the club’s reach.