Midfielder James Garner has admitted he had to leave Manchester United for Everton to ensure he was a valuable member of the squad.
The 21-year-old moved to Goodison Park in the summer for £15m. After having previously spent time on loan at Watford and Nottingham Forest. He was also a key player in leading the King to promotion to the Premier League.
The England U21 international has been with the Red Devils since their U8 level. where he knew it was time to move the team. UFABET Along with news from United that they are ready to sell him as well.
James Garner told The Times: “That was a disappointing moment. It’s a club where I’ve been training five times a week for many years. And it’s been many years since I made my debut for the team.
“But I don’t want to stomp in place. I don’t want to be there anymore. And when they said I could move the team I agree on that. And I just think it’s reasonable. I had two good seasons on loan and came back to United in the summer.
“I knew I wouldn’t be playing if I stayed. And I know now is the perfect time at 21 to move on. Try betting elsewhere and hope to find a home So I’m at Everton right now.”
“Now it’s my career. I don’t want to just be an extra. or do not want to be just a substitute player in training
“Last season I was one of Forest’s key players and that’s what I want to be. I don’t want to be just another player with a number in practice. I want to be an important part of the team whether it’s starting or coming off the bench.