“This is my last season here. I am going to play in spain next season because we can’t achieveanything with Erik ten Hag here. I can’t play here anymore. It’s very heartbreaking but I have to tell the fans”-Breaking News as Manchester United best player announces his departure from next season after Burnley draw

After Manchester United’s latest 1-1 draw against Burnley, Christian Eriksen has openly criticized his own performance and that of his teammates. Eriksen, who played 81 minutes in the match, expressed disappointment over the team’s inability to secure a victory, particularly after Antony’s opening goal was nullified by a late penalty from Burnley.


In an interview with MUTV, Eriksen remarked, “We had the three points within reach until the final minutes of regular time. We should have been able to maintain a clean sheet and secure the win.” Reflecting on his own contribution, he acknowledged areas for improvement, admitting, “I made some decisions that could have been better, positioning myself or my teammates more effectively on the pitch. However, I’m giving my best despite limited game time.”


With nine days until their next fixture and only five matches left in the season, Eriksen emphasized the importance of utilizing the upcoming break to regroup and prepare for their game against Crystal Palace. He acknowledged the unusual nature of the extended gap between matches but stressed the need to stay mentally and physically sharp for the challenges ahead.

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