Eric Bailly Makes Shocking Revelation About Manchester United
Manchester United’s midfielder, Eric Bailly who is currently on loan at Olympique Marseille has made a big revelation about the Red Devils.
The Ivorian was speaking in an interview where he accused Manchester United of favouring players from England compared to other nationals, according to reports from the Mirror Football. Bailey was not been able to break into the Old Trafford’s club first team in his six seasons at the club.
The club should avoid favouring English players and give everyone a chance. The club should encourage competition in the dressing room, not just look out for some. I’ve always had the feeling that the national player was prioritised. That doesn’t happen at Chelsea or other big Premier League clubs. Some people take it for granted that they are going to start, and that weakens the team. Luckily, Ten Hag has a lot of character and I hope he can change that dynamic.
Bailly joined the Red Devils from Villarreal for a transfer fee of £30 million in the summer transfer window of 2016 under Jose Mourinho. He helped Manchester United win the Community Shield, EFL Cup and the Europa League after his first season.