Manchester United ‘flop’ Bebe has confirmed his exit from the club after a reserve game versus Southport, Daily Mail reports.
The Portuguese winger’s Man United career seems over after he told fans that he will leave the club during this summer transfer window.
Bebe was subbed off at the stroke of half-time and when asked by fans whether he will continue at Old Trafford the 24-year-old said: “I go, I go.”
Signed in 2010 for £7million, Bebe will not be part of Louis van Gaal’s plans to bring United back amongst the Premier League elite.
Bebe’s strange Man United career started as a transfer tip from former assistant manager Carlos Quieroz, who convinced then manager Sir Alex Ferguson to sign the Vitória de Guimarães winger.
He went on to not start a single game for the Red Devils, with Ferguson also openly admitting that he himself has never seen his new signing play.
Bebe was loaned out on three occasions and is finally expected to permanently depart Old Trafford.
Now United are looking to offload their ‘flop’, with Benfica favourites to land the player after agreeing on a deal in principle.