Present Swansea and former Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey has revealed how a touchline bust up with Sir Alex Ferguson during a Premier League game between Liverpool and Manchester United football club at Anfield had the legendary Scot impressed by the England midfielder according to Manchester Evening News.
Javier Hernandez has sent out a message to Manchester United, their staff and their fans following his move to German side Bayer Leverkusen expressing his appreciation about the four years of support he received.
The striker signed for Bundesliga giants Bayer Leverkusen this summer for a reported fee of £7.3million. The player has expressed that there are no bad feelings between him and the club. For the bulk of last season, he was loaned out to Real Madrid.
And the Dutchman’s name was unsurprisingly missing from the striker’s farewell note to Manchester United and the club’s fans.
His attitude and professionalism is second to none, with a smile ever-present on his baby face, and his super-sub status and likeness to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made him a firm favourite amongst supporters, where he scored 59 goals in 157 games in total and won two Premier League titles. Good luck with your new club!Peter Forrester: All the very best for your future endeavours Chicharito. I want to find happiness.
It is noticeable, then, that Hernandez singles out Ferguson and Jim Lawlor – his chief scout – for thanks, in his farewell message to the club.
“Bayer made me feel important and loved and coming here was not a hard decision to make”.
‘I want to help and achieve important things. Thank you for sharing your talents with us Manchester United fans.