- Ander Herrera has reportedly joined Paris-Saint-Germain from Manchester United
- The 29-year-old Spanish football star has been playing for Man United since 2014
- His current contract at Manchester United expires at the end of the season
Spanish professional football star Ander Herrera has reportedly joined French champions Paris-Saint-Germain from Premier League side Manchester United.
Herrera's current deal with the Old Trafford landlords expires on June 30 with the midfielder joining PSG as a free agent.
His decision to join Paris-Saint-Germain will make him net eight million euro per season and will be the seventh Spanish player to don the PSG shirt.
According to the report by AS, the 29-year-old midfielder has signed a four year deal with Paris-Saint-Germain.
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Herrera has played 189 games for Manchester United scoring 20 goals and providing 28 assists since he joined five years ago.
His medal haul at the Old Trafford side includes an FA Cup Winners medal, Community Shield, Carabao Cup and Europa League wins.
Meanwhile, Manchester United will not be playing in next season's Champions League after failing to make the top four teams in England.
Earlier, had reported how Ander Herrera reportedly informed Manchester United to increase his pay before agreeing to sign a new deal.
The 29-year-old's current contract with the Red Devils expires at the end of this summer and both parties are yet to reach a conclusion on way forward.