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Red Devils flop Matteo Darmian completes €4m Parma move

Red Devils flop Matteo Darmian completes €4m Parma move”

And during his four-year stay at Old Trafford with Manchester United, Matteo Darmian was only able to score one goal for the Red Devils.

Italy worldwide Darmian returns to his homeland after agreeing a four-year deal with Roberto D'Aversa's side.

The Italian, who moved to Old Trafford from Torino for £12.7m in 2015, made 92 appearances for United over four seasons, scoring just once (a banger against Crystal Palace).

Darmian played 92 matches for United in total, scoring one goal, and has made 36 worldwide appearances.

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"Manchester United can confirm that defender Matteo Darmian has signed for Italian side Parma", read a statement on the Manchester United website.

Following the departures of Romelu Lukaku, Alexis Sanchez and Chris Smalling, Manchester United have now sold another player to a Serie A side.

The Italy full-back is the third first-team player to leave following the closure of the Premier League transfer window on August 8, after loan moves for Alexis Sanchez to Inter Milan and Chris Smalling to Roma.



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