Rafael who missed the start of the season through injury is steadily getting used to life under a new manager, have spent 5 years under Sir Alex Ferguson and believes that whilst the transition isn’t easy the team must get used to the transition.
Speaking to Omnisport, Rafael said of the regime change:
“It’s never easy.
“Obviously it’s completely different because we had Alex Ferguson for 27 years but I think we all must get used to it.
“David Moyes has his own rules but, of course, he is not going to change everything, especially because what was done before was proven to work well.
“Now he is introducing his touch but he is also keeping the basics.”
The young full back also cleared up any confusion about his future after being linked with a move back to Brazil last month.
Corinthians stated they were confident of signing Rafael and whilst his agent denied any interest from his client, Rafael himself set the record straight:
“I am not thinking about leaving Manchester United, especially since I did well last season.
“There is no reason to leave now, I am playing here, I am a starter and I don’t intend to return to Brazil.”