United did not fulfill Ferguson’s last two wishes and, effectively, sent him into retirement

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The legendary manager of Manchester United, Alex Ferguson, practically, left the helm of the team angry because the management did not fulfill his last two wishes.

This was revealed by former United player, Patrice Evra, who said that the Scottish coach had two players he wanted to bring to Old Trafford.

“Two weeks before he retired, he told me that he would never do that and that he would manage the team for another ten years. “He told me he would bring Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale because he needs them to win the Champions League,” revealed Evra.

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However, neither of them moved to Old Trafford at the time because the management did not want to bring them. Bale played at Tottenham and moved to Real Madrid the following summer, while Ronaldo was already a member of the Madrid club and stayed there for another six seasons.

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