in 2001 Juan Sebastian Veron became the most expensive player in English football After moving from Lazio, Italy to Manchester United for 42 million euros. However, the Argentine midfielder did not reach his best. Red Devil And he was transferred to Chelsea two seasons later, for much less than the price he signed.
in program dialogue overlap who airs the series sky gamegreat united footballer Paul Scholesthe fact that he confessed what it was like to play next to him and assured thatyour society was a mess And that his signature did not live up to expectations.
“I played Nicky (Butt), I played Roy (Keane) and I played Michael Carrick. I loved playing with them all, but It was not good to play with the attackersI needed someone who played very well in a defensive position”, explained Scholes, who spent 17 seasons at Old Trafford.
“Someone like Veron, you mean,” replied his partner and television program host Gary Neville. “Yeah, Veron and I were a disaster”, Scholes continued.
“I think Anderson and I did it once. But, no, it doesn’t work, right? Just two guys who don’t care about defense don’t know defensive positions very well. I told Michael Or worked better with Roy or Nicky. They were fantastic playing that position, they knew it. I didn’t handle that situation well, as you know, I didn’t handle that situation well“, He added.
“You were always complaining and telling me ‘Stay with your riders’ and stuff. I was like, ‘You catch ’em! It’s running towards you, you can see them, right? I had to play with someone who was disciplined.”Considered to be a historical midfielder, indicating his style of play WitchJoe eventually left for London in 2003 with a record low of 81 games played and only 7 goals in Manchester.
During his time at UnitedJuan Sebastian Veron was part of the team that managed to win the Premier League In the 2002-2003 season. After a stay in London, the Argentine returned to Serie A to wear the colors of Inter, where he again shone after winning 2 Coppa Italia, an Italian Super Cup and a league title, before returning to the Estudiantes de la Plata.
Paul Scholes, meanwhile, won 11 Premier League titles Plus three FA Cups. His track record also includes two Champions Leagues (1998–99 and 2007–08).