DONE DEALS: Man Utd confirm two players have left Old Trafford

Manchester United are clearly trying their utmost behind the scenes to bring new faces into Old Trafford, but alongside that there must be players leaving through the exit turnstiles, and today two more were sent packing and moved clubs permanently.

Fistly, Luis Nani completed his £4million move to Turkish side Fenerbahce after spending last season out on loan at Sporting Lisbon.

Hopefully the 28-year old can flourish in the Super Lig and get back to his best form because we all know just how good he can be on his day.

I would have liked to see us get a bigger fee for the Portugal international, but its nice to have his huge wages off the bill.

Angelo Henriquez also said goodbye to his United teammates as he secured a permanent move to Dinamo Zagreb after a successful loan spell there last term.

He never really got his chance at the club, and its a bit of a shame as he has scored goals wherever he has played.

Should United have kept any of these players? Let us know your thoughts in the comment box below.

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  • Olly Wood

    Nani was on his way out when LVG took over, he had lost his consistency, one thing LVG doesn’t like is passengers, he also likes players who can adapt, Nani was a winger, and was very rarely seen tackling back, looking at it that way, Young was the better option and proved to be so.
    Henriquez was never United standard, Zagreb are probably his level, he was never going to be firs choice at United.

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