Manchester United managed to finish on the second position on the premier league ladder last season missing on the title race despite not being the favourites at the start of the season as they started poorly to the campaign.
And the Reds Devils star and Brazilian midfielder Fred had time to speak about his general performance at the club as a player. According to Manchester Evening News, the Brazilian ace says last season was a different one with accumulated fixtures.
Fred says it was his best term in the United shirt making 47 appearances and ending the season without injury marking it a memorable season for him under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The United star was full of satisfaction with his only goal last season against Tottenham saying his roles didn't allow him to have more goals and insisted that helped the team to have a better season and finish in second place as aforementioned.
Fred revealed that he is happy with his roles at the club and he will continue to do an important job for manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer next season and he is ready to step up his game for the better of the Manchester club.
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