Tom Cleverley, who is currently on loan at Aston Villa, has talked about his departure from Manchester United, along with former team mate Danny Welbeck.
“Leaving United is definitely not the end,” he said. “We both came up through the academy and were living the dream at the team we grew up at. I wouldn’t change it for the world, I’ve played in the Champions League, I’ve played for my country and won the league. But United is not the be all and end all. I’m sure we’re both happy to be on the pitch and playing 90 minutes every week. I always knew Danny would take his opportunity. I don’t think people realise how technically good and quick he is. I am not a big cinema person but I went the other night and missed his hat-trick! Last year at times it wasn’t enjoyable and you play your best football when you’re enjoying yourself. I certainly am enjoying myself now, so hopefully that can show for Villa on the pitch.”
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