Ashley Young does not regret leaving MU, is now a champion at Inter

Ashley Young does not regret his decision to leave Manchester United to Inter Milan. Now, the English defender has successfully won the Italian League title.

Young left Old Trafford in early 2020. He chose to move to Inter before his contract at MU expires in June.
The player who has defended Manchester United since 2011 left the club with a record of 261 appearances and 19 goals. Young also managed to present four titles for the Red Devils, including one Premier League title and the Europa League.

Ashley Young failed to deliver the title for Inter Milan in his first season. The Nerazzurri occupied the runners-up of the Italian League 2019/2020 under Juventus, plus lost to Sevilla in the Europa League.
Good luck came to Young the following season. In his second season with Inter, he won the Italian League title 2020/2021, even when the competition still had four games left.

Young was also noted to be the first English player to win the Premier League and Serie A titles. The 35-year-old defender was grateful for this achievement and called his decision to move from Manchester United to Inter the right one.

“Honestly, this sounds incredible. It’s great to win the Premier League and then go to a new league and win titles there too. It’s incredible, the feeling is unimaginable,” Young said in his interview with Sky Sports.
“It was never easy to leave the club in January, but I look back now and I think I made the right decision. I always wanted to go out and win. I had the ambition, drive, and desire to win, he added.

“In the first season, we reached the final of the Europa League which unfortunately we lost. We also lost in the league by one point and I think that might push us to win this season, win trophies, and win Serie A,”
“Take your foot from there and take that decision, I think it was the right choice,” said Ashley Young of his move from Manchester United to Inter Milan.

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