Former Manchester United midfield, Morgan Schneiderlin, has hailed the club as the biggest in the world, and blamed himself for not succeeding at Old Trafford.
Speaking recently to Nice-Martin, the Frenchman said, “In terms of the commercial side, all the aspects off the pitch and on the pitch make it [Man United] for me the biggest club in the world. It was a source of pride for me [to play there], an honour.
“I would have preferred my time there to be longer, that it took a different direction. But it is certainly my fault, I should have been more patient yet again.
“But I don’t regret it at all, it was a fantastic experience,” he concluded.
Schneiderlin struggled to play, after joining us in 2015. He then left to join Everton in 2017, before making it back home in France, where he currently plays for Nice.