|Seedorf showed his ignorance towards United|
Everyone knows that Tevez and his agents have always been money-hungry fools, but for Seedorf to group United into that group is foolish and absurd.
The Milan man said, "Looking back at his career, his agents and every move he has ever made, I think Tevez will go where they can promise him the most money."
While the majority of that comment is not undeniable, it's not entirely true, either. During his two-year loan spell at Old Trafford wasn't about the money, that's for sure. The money that was being paid to his agent, Kia Joorabchian, was by West Ham United and United were only picking up the salary of Tevez that was agreed upon by them, as well.
However, Seedorf continued to say, "Milan would be the first time in his life that he has chosen a club for his career rather than the money. We'll see what happens." That is complete and an utter lie. If anything, Sir Alex Ferguson stood strong and refused to pay through the nose to get an uncommitted player on a permanent basis. He, as a player, is all about the money, no question, but the Reds weren't going to be held ransom and over pay for him!
If Seedorf honestly thinks that Tevez is going to Milan for honors, he's clearly mistaken, because they are probably the only club that will take a chance on him. Tevez's talents are irrefutable, but his desire and commitment are another story. AC Milan are without question one of the top sides ever to play in European football, but for him to say that a player played at United for money is laughable, to say the least.
All this time one would have assumed that Clarence Seedorf was sound minded player, especially by the way he conducts himself on the field, but everyone knows what happens when you use the word "assume."