“What can I say? I have three more years of contract, I have tried to leave many times and never succeeded to do so,” he reportedly said.
When the report found its way back to England, Anderson took to Twitter to claim the quotes had been fabricated, saying “Not true… love stay in Manchester.”
He then posted a picture of himself lifting the European Cup.
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