Why did Seedorf leave Inter Milan?

Why did Seedorf leave Inter Milan?

Narrating a social media video chronicling the transfer to Inter, Seedorf explained, “I heard that the club was discussing my transfer with some other clubs – Roma, Arsenal and Manchester (United). “The club needed money and I was the highest ticket for them to sell, so we decided to [part] ways,” he added.

When did Seedorf leave Milan?

9 June 2014
Despite overseeing the club’s first five-match winning run since 2011, and first Serie A victory in the Milan derby against Inter since 2011, Seedorf was dismissed by Milan on 9 June 2014 after just four months on the job, with Filippo Inzaghi being named as his successor.

Why did Seedorf go to Botafogo?

Instead, Seedorf chose to join Botafogo, the least fashionable of Rio de Janeiro’s four major clubs after Fluminense, Flamengo and Vasco Da Gama.

Is Clarence Seedorf Brazilian?

Seedorf had been born in Suriname, which shares a border with Brazil, and he had lived there until his family moved to the Netherlands when he was a child. His wife, Luviana, is Brazilian, and he can speak fluent Portuguese.

What team did Seedorf play for?

He left Real Madrid in 1999, signing for Inter Milan. With his next team, Milan, he won the European Cup title a further two times (2003 and 2007). Seedorf thus became the first footballer in history to win four European Cup titles with three different teams.

What kind of player was Seedorf?

A stallion of a central midfielder, Seedorf was one of the best and most complete players of his generation. He’s still to this day the only player to win the UEFA Champions League with three different clubs, while he also won a league title in every country he played in throughout Europe.

How old is Seedorf?

46 years (April 1, 1976)Clarence Seedorf / Age

Did Clarence Seedorf play for Real Madrid?

At the age of 16 he was already a member of the first team squad. At the age of 19 he was a permanent fixture in the starting line-up of a team that marvelled Europe and won the European Cup title. In 1996, after a short stint with Sampdoria, he signed for Real Madrid.

When did Clarence Seedorf join AC Milan?

Clarence Seedorf in action for AC Milan against Eric Addo of PSV in a friendly game on 3 August 2007 at the Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow. After two years with Inter, Seedorf moved to their city rivals AC Milan in 2002, in an exchange with Francesco Coco.

How old is Clarence Seedorf?

Clarence Clyde Seedorf (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈklɛrəns ˈseːdɔrf] ( listen); born 1 April 1976) is a Dutch professional football coach and former player. He is currently the manager of the Cameroon national team.

When did Clarence Seedorf play in the Champions League?

Clarence Seedorf in action for Milan against Eric Addo of PSV in a friendly game on 3 August 2007 at the Lokomotiv Stadium, Moscow. At the end of the 2006–07 season, Seedorf was voted best midfielder of the Champions League. He played his 100th game in the Champions League on 4 December against Celtic.

Did Seedorf win the Coppa Italia with Milan?

Seedorf won the Coppa Italia with Milan in 2003, the first time they had won the competition in 26 years. In the same season, Seedorf gained his third Champions League medal, becoming the first player to win the Champions League with three clubs.