Matteo Darmian just recently joined Serie A’s side Parma in the summer transfer market. He barely featured under Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, Manchester United’s manager who came to the club last December. And now, after he moved to another club, he made a comment about his former club, Manchester United.

The 29-year-old player has heaped praise on his former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and Louis van Gaal at his Parma unveiling.  Surprisingly there were no kind words for current Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, who sanctioned the sale of the Italian last week. But to be fair, Matteo Darmian indeed barely featured under Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.

As far as slot machine Malaysia knows, Matteo Darmian played just three times under Ole Gunnar Solksjaer and was part of a summer clear-out which saw Antonio Valencia, Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Chris Smalling leave Old Trafford.

Matteo Darmian Never Regret His Time At The Old Trafford

Matteo Darmian joined Manchester United in summer 2015. He was signed by Louis van Gaal who was Manchester United’s manager at that moment. But the Netherland manager quickly lost faith in him, and his first-team chances did not fare better during Jose Mourinho’s reign.

Despite his lack of game-time, surprisingly Matteo Darmian singled both men out for praise, but he’s snubbing Ole Gunnar Solksjaer. He even told online poker Malaysia that Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho are two great coaches and they have won a lot during their career. Other than that, both of them also left them with something positive and he thanks them for that.

Even though his time with Manchester United wasn’t the best, he insists that he did not regret joining the Red Devils’ squad. The 29-year-old joined Manchester United in a 12,7 million pounds deal from Torino in 2015.

He explained, playing for such an important club was a source of pride and a great responsibility for him. It was an experience that he would do again, and very important for his career. He wants to confront himself with a different culture and football and it certainly made him grow both on and off the field. The first two years he played more, the the last year-and-a-half he played less but his desire to play pushed him to leave the Old Trafford.