The transition from Manchester United to Sevilla on loan was made without much thought, according to Brazilian defender Alex Telles.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer signed Telles two years ago, but since Luke Shaw is the preferred player in his position, Telles has had trouble securing a berth in the first squad.
He was given opportunities and made 26 appearances last season, but Tyrell Malacia’s arrival was always going to limit his playing time.
Telles and a teenage player named Hannibal Mejbri recently got into a fight after Brighton and Hove Albion’s defeat in May.
After being forced apart, the pair’s boss, Ralf Rangnick, even shortened training.
Erik ten Hag, who is highly regarded at the club, was aware of the altercation and permitted Telles to leave. Mejbri is anticipated to play this season.
In a recent interview with Estadio Deportivo, Telles revealed more about his move: “I’m really thrilled to be at this wonderful club.
From the first moment I got the message to come here, I didn’t think twice.
I’m set and organized for this significant week, which marks the start of La Liga.
“In life, we move step by step,” he continued. I’m here right now, and I’m going to reflect on how significant this year was for everyone. I do not consider the future. The present determines the future. I want to work hard and do my best. Because I’ve gone this far and through all the wonderful clubs I’ve been through, I’m proud of how my career is progressing. I have no problems because I am always optimistic and eager to put in a lot of effort to achieve my goals.