Man United defender, Matteo Darmian joins Parma a permanent deal


Matteo Darmian

Manchester United defender, Matteo Darmian has ended his Old Trafford nightmare with a  permanent transfer move to Parma.

The Italy full-back returns to his homeland after agreeing a four-year deal with Roberto D’Aversa’s side,Parma.

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On his new destination, Darmian was quoted over the weekend as telling Sky Sport Italia it was an “important opportunity” to revive his national team career, Darmian having last been capped in 2017.

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Darmian’s appearances in the Premier League waned from 28 in his first season to six in his last at Old Trafford.

Matteo Darmian has become the fourth United player to finalize a switch to Serie A in recent weeks, after Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez both joined Inter and Chris Smalling signed for Roma on loan.

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Parma, ninth in the table after two games, have reportedly paid around €1.5million (£1.4m) to sign the 29-year-old.


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