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Ander Herrera says that Manchester United have made major improvements under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but insists “it’s not going to be easy” for the Red Devils in the Champions League against PSG.
Herrera joined the Ligue 1 side during the last summer transfer window. This season, he has made overall 7 appearances for PSG.
“The ambition is huge,” Herrera told The Telegraph. “It is only about winning. You cannot compare 142 years of history [at United] to 50 [at PSG] but the way this club has grown up is unbelievable.
“In 50 years I don’t think there is a comparison in the way it has developed into one of the biggest clubs in Europe.”
“We have some big stars,” he added. “They need players like me to help them perform at their best. I am so happy to be here and will always be happy as long as I am useful.
“Not every player can say they are playing with some of the best players in the world and some of the best in history.
“If I say that it’s not because I want to be a “fake humble”, it’s because I really think that this kind of star needs some players behind them to perform at their best and I think I am one of them.
“At United I knew that Paul Pogba was special, [Zlatan] Ibra was special, Wayne Rooney was special, Marcus Rashford was special and I was there to help them and try to make them better players.”
Herrera continued: “They are better but United is about titles and if you don’t win titles and you are not fighting for the league and fighting for trophies you are going to get criticised.
“The only thing I can tell you is that we (PSG) are in a good moment, we had a fantastic season last season and it’s not going to be easy for them to beat us.”
Manchester United and PSG will face each other in the Champions League group stage on Tuesday, October 20.
source – Metro
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