·9 July 2022
·9 July 2022
Manchester United midfielder Facundo Pellistri has hinted he's set for a new loan move away.
Pellistri spent last season on-loan with Alaves, where he struggled.
Speaking to Ovacion, the Uruguayan forward said, "Right now, I want to feel good again after the holidays, well trained, more than anything because this year is very important both at club and national team level.
"You have to be ready for everything and prepare well. I want to have the maximum continuity of minutes to try to arrive well.
"I'm not looking for a particular league. It's easy to say 'earn minutes' because nobody promises them to you, and you have to earn them.
"It's a complicated search, but I'm going to try to find the best option to play, show myself and feel good."
Pellistri also said: "I didn't leave Alaves very happy, because I hardly played in any games.
"I left with a wonderful club, a wonderful group of people, a wonderful medical team and a wonderful staff. In that sense, even though it was complicated in terms of football, that whole period in Vitoria was wonderful.
"They never gave me a reason, but well? Every manager is different.
"Maybe they liked different things to what I could give them, and that's totally respectable. It's up to the coach to decide.
"I always gave my best, I trained 100 per cent, and I was ready to play. The balance is negative. I would have liked to play more."
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