Anderson Joins Internacional on Return to Brazil

Anderson has returned to his native Brazil to join Internacional on a free transfer. The midfielder has signed a four-year deal at the Estadio Beira-Rio outfit.

The 26-year-old joined the Red Devils from Portuguese giants FC Porto in 2007 and won the Uefa Champions League in his first season, the Fifa Club World Cup and four Premier League titles during his seven years stay at Old Trafford.

Following a loan move to Fiorentina in the latter stage of last season, Anderson managed only one Premier League appearance this season as a substitute at Burnley in August, few days after starting the Capital One Cup defeat at Milton Keynes Dons. His last United appearance was with the U-21 side in a 2-1 win over Liverpool last Monday.

Anderson Played Half of Last Season On Loan at Fiorentina.
Anderson Played Half of Last Season On Loan at Fiorentina.

Anderson joined Portuguese giants Porto from Brazilian outfit Gremio at the tender age of 18. He won the Portuguese championship twice, the cup of Portugal and the Portuguese Supercup.

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  • How I wish our retiring stars can do same. Just imaging d huge number of fans who will throng d various stadia to watch kanu, okocha, martins or mikel obi play. The local league would be better for it

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