‘I want to be a legend’ – The former Manchester United hopeful looking to become a star in Spain

Three years ago, teenage forward Largie Ramazani caused a stir when he turned down a new United contract to seek other opportunities elsewhere.

It is understood playing time was a large factor in the Belgian&aposs decision to move on, while club sources hit back by claiming United were unprepared to match the wage demands of a player who did not necessarily have a long-term future at the club.

In the end, a move made sense for all parties, and Ramazani would get his wish when he signed for Spanish second-division side UD Almeria.

He, along with former United teammate Arnau Puigmal, helped Almeria to a top-flight promotion in his second season at the club, where they still play after avoiding relegation last season.

Ramazani has now made 100 appearances for the Spanish club, fully justifying his decision to turn down United, and now he wants to become a club legend at Almeria.

I want to help the team and show that I am a first-division player, he told Mundo Deportivo.

I feel good, happy and confident. It is true that we have not started the league well, but we have done many things well. There are details to correct, and we are working on it.