Manchester United academy graduate, Largie Ramazani has opened up on why he quit the club.
Ramazani is one of the Red Devils stars to have quit the club in recent times to play senior team football somewhere else.
He rejected a senior team contract with Manchester United to make his name at La Liga side Almeria.
The Andalusian club have three former Manchester United starlets playing for them.
Ramazani was the first among the three to make his switch to the Power Horse Stadium from Old Trafford.
All three players were given the opportunity to extend their stay at Old Trafford but they rejected the offer and moved to Almeria instead.
Largie Ramazani told Manchester Evening News that he opted for a move to Spain because he did not see the possibility of playing for United's first team.
"I was almost at the end of my contract, and I had a good season with the second team.
"Debuting for United is like a dream, and Jesse Lingard, Luke Shaw but also Paul Pogba and Scott McTominay were very helpful for young players. But it didn't convince me:
"I knew they'd loan me out if I signed up. I had Marcus Rashford in front of me, Daniel James, Tahith Chong. What was the point of playing another season with the reserves? So, I wanted to try elsewhere."