English Premiership

Vidic - cheers to Old Trafford

2014-05-06 13:16
Nemanja Vidic (AFP)
Cape Town - Nemanja Vidic will wave goodbye to Old Trafford on Tuesday as Manchester United take on Hull City in their last home match of the season.

Vidic has spent the last eight and a half years at United, having joined from Spartak Moscow in a £7 million deal on Christmas Day, 2005.

He will leave in the summer for Inter Milan having won five Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2008.

"I have no regrets," he told Sky Sports.

"I've given this club 100 percent and my time at this club will always rank as the best part of my career. "It has been a great eight years - or a great seven years because at the moment we are not doing so well!

Vidic will make his 299th appearance in all competitions as United face Hull and, injury permitting, he will round it off by making his 300th in their final game of the season at Southampton on Sunday.

Kick-off is Tuesday's match at Old Trafford is at 20:45 SA time.

United, currently under the guidance of interim coach Ryan Giggs having fire David Moyes last month, are seventh spot in the English Premiership standings.

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