Manchester United’s Spanish midfielder has signed for French League one side, Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer.
Spanish media outlet, AS, reported that Ander Herrera has agreed to sign for PSG on a 5 years deal.
The 29 year-old’s current contract is due to expire at the end of the season. When his contract was initially set to expire, Man United’s CEO chose to activate the one year extension clause attached to his contract instead of negotiating a fresh new deal for the Spaniard.
Considering the fact that there has been some form of apathy on the Spanish speaking players under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Ander refused to sign the new contract offered to him as late attempts were made to keep him at Old Trafford.
Ander Herrera’s partner, Isabel Collado, posted a video on instagram and fans were able to spot out boxes used for packing which confirmed to them that the former Bilbao’s man will soon be on the move.
According to AS, Ander has put pen to a 4 years deal in Paris where he will earning close to eight million euros annually.
Herrera donned United’s jersey 189 times. He was involved in 48 goals (20 goals, 28 assists), winning four titles in the process.