Robin van Persie has admitted that he will think about leaving Manchester United this summer if the club no longer see him as a first choice striker.

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persie van manDespite being fully fit, Van Persie found himself rooted to the bench towards the end of the season, something which the Netherlands captain hasn’t been used to in his career. The ageing forward has now admitted he may have to consider his Manchester United future.

Speaking to Voetbal International, Van Persie said on being dropped, “That’s totally new for me. Normally I have always played when I was fit, after my early years at Feyenoord.”

“At a certain moment I felt that I was not going to play.”

“When I asked if I could join the reserves. “Of course, for you is always place,” said the coach of the reserves. First I played at home against Leicester City and then against Fulham, when I was on the bus for five or six hours to London!”

He continued, “I have to consider the situation. So does the club. They do their homework, me too. I have to think about what I want exactly. That is a new situation for me, “

“I’m 32 in August, but i want to keep playing for a few years.”

On his poor form during the season, Van Persie said, “I’ve played 27 league matches and scored ten times. That may be six or seven goals short. But I think it’s a compliment that people don’t accept it.”




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