5 players leaving Manchester United that make fans regret

Here are 5 players leaving Manchester United that make fans regret it.

1. Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo is a difficult monument to replace at MU. Manchester United earned £ 80 million when he ceded the Portuguese star to Real in 2009. However, many Red Devils fans certainly do not want Ronaldo to leave Old Trafford.

After moving to Spain to play for the Royal Club, CR7 broke many goal records. He became the owner of the 2013 FIFA Golden Ball and aims for the second time in a row to win the prestigious award given to the best player of the year.

2. David Beckham

Many Red Devils fans said that Sir Alex Ferguson had the right decision to sell David Beckham for a fee of £ 25 million in 2003 because they thought he could no longer keep his best form at the age of 27. However, The former English midfielder played quite well for many years after leaving Old Trafford.

David Beckham won the La Liga championship with Real Madrid, helped Los Angeles Galaxy win the American professional championship in 2011 and 2012, and took the throne in Ligue 1 in PSG shirt.

3. Ruud van Nistelrooy

Ruud van Nistelrooy has transferred to Real Madrid. Ruud van Nistelrooy has always been remembered as one of the best strikers in the Premier League era when he had 150 goals after 219 games for MU in 5 years.

Ruud van Nistelrooy has transferred from MU to Real Madrid

However, he had to leave Old Trafford under a contract worth 11 million pounds in 2006. After moving to Real Madrid, Nistelrooy helped the Bernabeu team to win La Liga in two consecutive seasons 2006/07 and 2007/08.

4. Ryan Shawcross

Ryan Shawcross is a product of the MU youth academy. He was promoted to the first team in 2006, but he never once wore the Red Devils in the Premier League until he came to Stoke City for a fee of £ 1 million (then increased 1 million pounds due to excellent performances) in 2008.

Currently, Ryan Shawcross is one of the central defenders playing quite well in the Premier League based on the physical style of play.

5. Danny Welbeck

Welbeck grew up in the MU youth academy, but he had no place in the Red Devils team after coach Van Gaal brought many excellent attacking MU players to Old Trafford. Many MU fans feel sorry to see Welbeck play well after moving to Arsenal last summer.

In particular, he scored 3 goals in 4 matches in the group stage of the Champions League, thereby making an important contribution to the Gunners for the 15th consecutive time in the eighth round.