SportsTalk, October 30 According to the “Daily Mail” report, Ilanga recently accepted an interview with reporters. In the interview, he talked about leaving Manchester United and his relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo and Yili. Talk about being teammates and other topics.
About leaving Manchester United
Leaving Manchester United was not an easy thing for me because I spent nine years there from the academy to the first team. But at the end of the day, I still need to be realistic because I want to get more playing opportunities and not sit on the bench all the time. For me, Nottingham Forest was a perfect choice. It was difficult to leave Manchester United because they are one of the best clubs in the world, but I had to think about what I wanted and what I wanted to do over the next few years. My career plan, so I finally made the decision to join Nottingham Forest. I scored my first goal here against Chelsea and it was an amazing feeling. Nottingham Forest hadn’t won there for 29 years. It’s such a great feeling to have such a meaningful goal.
During my time at Manchester United, I learned a lot of valuable things from their players and was able to draw from their performance on and off the pitch. I can learn from Cristiano Ronaldo, the best player in the world. In addition, Fernando Fernando, Varane and Casemiro are also very good role models. They are all world-class players, both on and off the court. They are very self-disciplined in their performance.
I have to say Rashford is the best I have ever played withAs a player, he is very complete and his performance last season was amazing. Off the court, he is top notch and he has given me a lot of help in life.
It was a great experience to play with Ibrahimovic, he is a very friendly person and looked after me a lot. In addition, he gave me a lot of advice and he is a person respected by all Swedish players.