The representative of Nemanja Vidic has claimed that the Red Devils had offered contract extension to his client, but, the Yugoslavian defender declined it and moved to Internazionale.
Vidic joined Internazionale in July 2014, but, it did not prove to be a successful move as he just couldn’t establish himself there.
There was a change in management mid way through the previous season and the new head coach coming in, Roberto Mancini, did not show trust in Vidic as the veteran was kept out of the starting XI more often than not.
Vidic is currently out of scenes, recovering from the surgery he had gone through a couple of months back and there are talks that Inter is planning to put him on sale once he is fit.
As per Martino who represents Vidic, the club has not sent him any message regarding it and thus, he is not in a position to make a comment, but, what’s more important than anything else for Vidic at this point
of time is to get hundred percent in terms of his fitness.
In the words of Martino, “Nemanja’s got a lot of physical strength and will return to fitness a tad quicker.”
“I have no idea about it (the transfer) to be honest with you, no phone call, nothing from the club. So, I am not supposed to make a statement about it currently.”
“And, I don’t think it’s the perfect time for it. He is injured and the priority at the moment is to get through the recovery period smoothly.”
“There are a couple of years for the contract to expire. Let’s see. I believe even at this stage of his career, Nemanja has a lot to offer to a soccer team.”