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“Ex-Man United Players’ Summer Transfers”

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“Ex-Man United Players’ Summer Transfers”

“Former Manchester United Players Find New Homes in the Summer Transfer Window”

Players who have once worn the Manchester United jersey often embark on diverse journeys after their time at Old Trafford. From sunny destinations to unexpected places, their careers take them to various corners of the football world.

In the past, legends like David Beckham graced the fields in Spain, the USA, Italy, and France, while Academy graduates such as Gerard Pique and Adnan Januzaj pursued their careers in foreign lands.

Some former Reds choose to stay closer to home, and even those who didn’t come through the youth system make intriguing moves after leaving Manchester United.

As the summer transfer window of 2023 drew to a close, the list of former Manchester United players scattered across the globe continued to evolve. Let’s take a look at where some familiar names like Edinson Cavani, Juan Mata, and Daley Blind, among others, will be showcasing their talents in the upcoming season.

Edinson Cavani: After a season in La Liga with Valencia, the Uruguayan striker made the move to Boca Juniors, the reigning champions of the Argentina Primera Division. He joins fellow ex-Reds Marcos Rojo and Sergio Romero in Buenos Aires, with Rojo even captaining the side.

Juan Mata: The Spanish midfielder swapped Turkish side Galatasaray for Vissel Kobe in the J1 League in Japan. Mata follows in the footsteps of another Spanish football legend, Andres Iniesta, who previously played for Vissel Kobe before heading to UAE side Emirates.

Nemanja Matic: After a stint with Roma in Serie A under the management of former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, the Serbian midfielder joined French team Rennes. Matic’s impressive performances last season earned him a spot in the UEFA Europa League Team of the Season.

Daley Blind: The versatile Dutchman signed a contract with La Liga outfit Girona, marking a new chapter in his career after spells at Ajax and Bayern Munich.

Ashley Young: Following his second stint at Aston Villa, Young found a new home at Goodison Park, where he’ll continue his football journey.

Will Keane: Keane transferred to Preston North End from Wigan Athletic after spending three years with the Latics. He’s started the 2023/24 season on a high note, scoring four goals in his first five league appearances.

Craig Cathcart: Although he’s best known for his nine-year tenure at Watford, Cathcart emerged from Manchester United’s youth system. This summer, he made a move to Belgian First Division side K.V. Kortrijk.

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson and Jacob Carney: Borthwick-Jackson left League One’s Burton Albion for Polish club Slask Wroclaw, while Carney ventured to Spanish third-tier side Castellon.

These former Reds continue to contribute their talents to the global football landscape, showcasing the lasting impact of Manchester United on the sport.

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By- Sahiba Suri

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