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"I'm happy..." - Former Man Utd winger insists he was right to quit the club

"I'm happy..." - Former Man Utd winger insists he was right to quit the club

He's excelled in Spain since leaving Old Trafford.

Former Manchester United youngster Largie Ramazani insists he made the right decision to leave Old Trafford, amid reports Everton are interested in signing the winger from Spanish club Almeria.

Belgian winger Ramazani, 21, joined United from Charlton Athletic's academy in 2017 and would earn a professional contract with the Red Devils the following season.

He continued to progress through the age groups at United before making his senior debut in 2019, coming on as a late substitute for James Garner in a 2–1 Europa League defeat to Astana.

However, it would turn out to be Ramazani's only senior appearance for the club.

He would be released the following year after reportedly rejecting the offer of a new deal to leave in search of first-team football elsewhere.

The Belgium U21 international later joined Almeria, who were in the Spanish second tier at the time of his arrival.

He has since gone on to score 16 goals in 78 appearances for the club, helping them to achieve promotion to La Liga last season.

Everton 'approach Almeria' over Ramazani

According to Spanish publication AS, Everton have contacted Almeria over a possible January deal for the winger, who is believed to have a £35m release clause.

But Ramazani says he feels content at the Spanish club following his frustrating time at United.

"I am happy here. I want to continue working. We'll see what happens," he told Diario de Almeria, via HITC.

"I'm only focused on Almeria. I don't know anything about the (transfer) market or my future.

"I want to help the team, I just want to do that. It is my great objective at Almeria this season."

Ramazani has scored two goals in 16 appearances this season for Almeria, who are currently 13th in La Liga.

They next face Real Sociedad at home on Sunday before hosting Atletico Madrid the following week.

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Manchester United, Football, Premier League, Transfers, La Liga