The Manchester United legend denied the rumors that David Beckham had a conflict with Sir Alex Ferguson.
The dispute between Beckham and Sir Alex was the reason?
It is widely believed that the bad relationship between David Beckham and Sir Alex Ferguson was the main reason for the departure of the English midfielder. However, according to the legendary Ryan Giggs of MU, Beckham‘s departure from MU is merely a professional reason.
“I think selling David Beckham is purely a matter of expertise. When someone loses influence on the team, leaving is only a matter of time. The future of Beckham was a controversial issue in the time In 2003 was a good time for both sides to make a decision, and MU sold Beckham to Real “, Mirror quoted Giggs.
In the summer of 2003, Beckham moved to Real Madrid for £ 37.5 million. He played 4 seasons for the Spanish Royal team. Man United quickly signed young player Cristiano Ronaldo as a replacement for the English winger.
He played four seasons for the Spanish Royal team but did not really succeed alongside superstars like Zinedine Zidane, Raul Gonzalez, Roberto Carlos or Luis Figo.
Giggs also revealed that he almost had to leave because of a poor start in the 2003/04 season.
“It was the first season we didn’t have David Beckham in the lineup. I was packed in so I didn’t have enough room to play, I had to play against my forte, which was a huge influence. I have to put in a lot of effort because if not, I would have to move to another team, “Giggs added.
Giggs has dedicated his entire career to Man United. He won countless titles after 927 appearances for the “Red Devils”, including 13 Premier League titles and 2 times to win the Champions League.
Giggs: “Sir Alex did not intentionally push Beckham from Man Utd”
Speaking to the press, Man Utd legend Ryan Giggs said that David Beckham left Old Trafford in 2003 not because of a conflict with coach Alex Ferguson.
David Beckham‘s future has been a controversial issue for a long time. In 2003 it was a good time for both sides to make a decision, and Man Utd sold Beckham to Real Madrid.
The Welsh legend also shared that he almost had to leave when he was not playing well at the beginning of the 2003-2004 season: “It was the first season we didn’t have Beckham in the lineup.
I was packed in so I didn’t have enough space to play, I was forced to play against my forte, which greatly affected my performance. I had to put in a lot of effort, because if not, I would have to move to another team. “
In his career, Giggs has played 927 matches for the only Man Utd club. He has won 13 Premier League titles, two Champions League titles and a series of titles in England.