Henrik Mikitarian split from the BVB in 2016 due to a disagreement. Now Armenian Borussia is talking about the time he was in Dortmund.
It’s been a few years Henrik Mikitarian At BVB Has played. The 32-year-old was under contract with Borussia Dortmund from 2013 to 2016. After all, the early issues, the ones that were notable last season – and the glorious exit are all remembered.
Henrik Michitaryan transferred from BVB to Manchester United for 42 million.
The Armenian went to Manchester United for 42 million euros, while his agent Mino Riola used all means to free Henrik Mikitarian. BVB-Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke was publicly outraged about this.
“Everything is fine between me and Mr. Wattsk! We met even once after that and talked on the phone. I will not say anything wrong about him,” he explains. Henrik Mikitarian, Who is currently making money at AS Roma in Italy, but now in an interview Game 1. Armenia lost 4-1 in an international match against Germany. Watske did an excellent job for BVB, Mkhitaryan added. “The club is almost bankrupt. Now it’s the biggest in Europe. He has done an incredible job. BVB always showcases the best talent out of their cap. I congratulate him and the entire club.”
Former BVB professional Henrik Mikitarian: “That’s nonsense”
Mikitarian said a lot of nonsense was being talked about this time. “I and the club made this decision together. Of course things are not going right. I want to be with myself. When I heard that Manchester United were interested in me, I wanted to go there.” Midfielder. “People said I did this only for money. That’s nonsense! I never played football for money. I was happy in Dortmund, but sometimes you have to make tough decisions that can only come once in a lifetime, and listen to your heart.”
He said he enjoys playing in front of the South Stand in the PVP Henrik Mikitarian. “I still have contact with Germany today. I will never forget the time I was there. It was the best time for me as a footballer.” (Step)
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