Anderson Departs Manchester United

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Anderson’s dismal stint at Manchester United finally came to an end on Monday after the Brazilian midfielder joined Internacional on a four-year deal.

Anderson, 26, struggled to command a regular place in the team following his £26 million switch from Porto in 2007 – eventually leading to a loan switch to Fiorentina last year and played only two first-team games under manager Louis van Gaal this season.

And he has finally made a permanent move away from Old Trafford after penning a deal with Brazilian side Internacional.

Anderson joined United from Porto in 2007 in a deal reportedly worth £27 million and came on as a substitute in the 2008 Champions League final to help his team beat Chelsea on penalties.
Although he also won Premier League winner’s medals, his Old Trafford career stalled as he suffered a succession of injuries and he made only 105 league appearances in nearly eight years at the club.

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