Matteo Darmian bids farewell to ‘the biggest club in the world’ after four-years

Matteo Darmian put end to his four-year spell at Manchester United on Monday.

The Italian right-back left Old Trafford to join Parma and will now hope to get back into the Italy national team, currently managed by former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini.

After signing from Torino in 2015, Darmian went on to make 92 appearances for the Red Devils.

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He was never a mainstay in the team but José Mourinho gave him plenty of playing time after arriving in 2016. The 29-year-old then played a big role in United’s successful Europa League campaign and played in the final against Ajax.

Darmian took to social media on Tuesday night to send his farewell message.

“It was a great journey during this 4 years! I’m very proud to be part of Manchester United family,” he tweeted. “To play and win trophies for the biggest club in the world! I will never forget the great moment and memories that we spent toghether! I want to say thank you all.”

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