Manchester United Keeper Expresses His Anger At Club
September 14, 2011
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With Manchester United taking the top spot in the Premier League last season and embarking on another thrilling European cup run, you would be forgiven for thinking that all the players at the club were happy but it seems that is not the case for one player.
Polish keeper Tomasz Kuszczak has been with the club for five years but has found it hard to break into the number one spot with the likes of Edwin Van Der Sar and now David De Gea firmly rooted in their place, sparking a burning desire to leave the club for the now third choice keeper.
Kuszczak revealed during the summer that he wanted to leave Old Trafford in a move that would allow him to gain more first team opportunity but the Pole believes that the club stood in his way, pricing him out of the transfer market for any interested club last month.
Making only 61 appearances for the club so far since joining the club in 2006, Kuszczak revealed that former club West Brom were interested in signing him during the summer but with Manchester United demanding £4 million for the 29 year old, they closed their interested and left the Pole without an exit strategy.