“Manchester United will be back” – Nemanja Matic begs fans to remain loyal to the club

"Manchester United will be back" - Nemanja Matic begs fans to remain loyal to the club

Nemanja Matic has predicted that Manchester United will bounce back again and start challenging for the top trophies and urged the fans to keep supporting the club.

Man United last won the Premier League title in 2013, which was Sir Alex Ferguson’s last season as the manager at Old Trafford.

Since then, United had only managed to finish 2nd twice with loads of points behind Manchester City and had finished outside the top-four on a few occasions. And they have also missed out on a a place in the Champions League next season.

The Red Devils haven’t done well in the European competitions either and to make the situation worse, Manchester United haven’t won a single trophy in the past five years.

Every concerned Man United fan is fed up with the club’s recent decline and that has led to several protests at Old Trafford, urging the Glazers family to put the club up for sale.

United are obviously one of the top spenders in the transfer market but most of their signings were rather based on commercial benefits, hence United’s decline.

However, with Erik ten Hag, United’s new manager, said to have a say in every transfer that happens at the club, and some top chiefs leaving their positions ahead of the new era, the club could be back in business.

Matic, who unveils that the players are doing their best to bring success back to the club, claims that Manchester United will be back again but urges fans to remain loyal to the club as it would take some time.

Nemanja Matic believes Manchester United will be back to the top again
Nemanja Matic believes Manchester United will be back to the top again

Nemanja Matic told MUTV ahead of the game against Crystal Palace this weekend: “I just want to say thank you [to the fans] for the fantastic support.

“I know that we have had a couple of difficult seasons but I just want the fans to know that, at the training ground, we’re doing our best, and Manchester United will come back, for sure.”

“It’s going to take some time but Manchester United will be back. Keep supporting the team. Stay together.

“I tried to be a Man United player not only on the pitch but also outside the pitch. I know what this badge means to our supporters, so you need to be an example not only on the pitch.”

Nemanja Matic could play his last game as a Manchester United player this weekend against Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.