Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian has left the club to join Italian Serie A outfit Parma on deadline day of this summer’s transfer window.
His transfer to Parma was confirmed by the official Twitter handle of Manchester United on Monday.
Matteo Darmian has joined Parma in a €1.5m deal.
The Italian international fullback is a utility player that can play either as a left-back or as a right-back.
He signed for Manchester United in the summer of 2015 from Italian Serie A club Torino while Dutch tactician Louis Van Gaal (LVG) was the manager.
Matteo Darmian scored just once for Manchester United in 92 appearances over his four-year stay at the Theatre of Dreams.
The Italian scored the only solitary goal for Manchester United during the Premier League clash with Crystal Palace in 2016 which ended in a 2-0 win.
Matteo Darmian became surplus to requirements at Manchester United this summer and it’s not surprising that he left the club for Parma.
He didn’t feature for Manchester United in the first four games of the season in the Premier League.
Manchester United have faced the likes of Chelsea, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Crystal Palace and Southampton in the league this season.
The Red Devils have five points from those four games.