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Nemanja Matic - Too Early To Say Am The Best Summer Transfer

Nemanja Matic - Too Early To Say Am The Best Summer Transfer
5/9/2017



Nemanja Matic has impressed the fans, Players and Legends at Old Trafford since shock his arrival from Chelsea this summer but the serb has been quick to point out, how early it is to judge how good a signing he is.

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The Serbian international joined Jose Mourinho at Old Trafford for £40m and since his arrival has impressed in every game leading to pundits and others concerned to ask questions on the decision to sell such a good midfielder to a title rival.
The 29 year old has been quick to point out that its too early for him to be the best signing to United this summer and on the question he replied "We will see. It is too early to say that because we have just played three games. It is true that we have started well with three games, nine points without conceding a goal, so I am happy because of that". He said

"But the season is very long and there are many games. We will see at the end of May where we are.

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"What I can say is that I am happy that I am part of such a big club like Manchester United. I am very focused to do my job for the national team against Ireland."

Manchester United top the league with 9 points and 10 goals with no goal conceded in the first three games and Matic believes that winning the Premier League with united will be a memorable year in his life.
"It is a dream for me to play at the World Cup with Serbia. If that happens, I will be very happy". He added

"If I win the Premier League with Manchester, that would be something great in my life. But I repeat again, it's still a long way to go."

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The Serb said he really wants to follow the footsteps and the great line of Manchester United holding midfielders, which includes the likes of Manchester United legend Roy Keane

"When I started following football, he was one of the best midfielders in the Premier League, if not the best". He said

"I tried to take [something] from every player to improve myself. Of course, he was one of those players."
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