Young: United move was easy decision
With his contract due to expire at the end of the coming season, it was always likely Young would be leaving Villa Park. Liverpool were said to be in the hunt and it was claimed Young was interested. However, the 26-year-old had already decided where his future lay. It was just a question of confirming his switch to Old Trafford.
"There was never any doubt once I knew
Ahead of England's UEFA EURO 2012 encounter with Switzerland in June, Young revealed the UEFA Champions League final had fuelled a long-held desire to be involved in European football's elite competition.
When the opening group stage encounters come around in September, it will represent a step into the unknown for Young, who began his career at Watford. However, with 15 England caps to his name, Young has enough self-belief not to question whether he can be a success.
"I have confidence in my own ability," he said. "I always said I wanted to play at the highest level. Manchester
Massive desire for medals
Yet for every
"You can see the desire in training. This club is all about winning. The 20th title. The FA Cup. The League Cup. Whatever it is the club is challenging for, I want a medal round my neck."