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PICTURES: Nemanja Vidic Official First Day At Inter Milan

Nemanja Vidic, such a long serving player for Manchester United, has today reported for his first day and Official unveiling over at Inter Milan.

Vidic signed all paper-work to join Inter Milan on the 5th March, a move that has been reported that the player regrets after the announcement that David Moyes had left the club.

Watch his final farewell speech to the Manchester United fans:

While at Manchester United, Vidic won everything literally.

His honours:

Premier League (5 Times): 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09, 2010–11, 2012–13

League Cup (3 Times): 2005–06, 2008–09, 2009–10

FA Community Shield (5 Times): 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013

UEFA Champions League (1 Time): 2007–08

FIFA Club World Cup (1 Time): 2008

Below you can see the first pictures of Vidic arriving at Inter Milan head-quarters, as taken from their social media team where they have an Official hashtag for the event which is #WelcomeNemanja.

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3 replies on “PICTURES: Nemanja Vidic Official First Day At Inter Milan”

We would be better off making a bid to bring him back. Than carry on with the idea that vermaelan is a good defender. He is a player i hope is in the Arsenal team when we play them. Because he is a weak link. Good luck vidic a proper legend

I agree with Red Utd. Vidic would definitely still be a major asset to the club and far better than a lot of suggested targets. I also do believe he would still be a MU player if Moyes hadn’t been ‘allowed’ to disrespect everything worthwhile at the club. I can’t believe there are still some who say Moyes should have been given more time, he has so much to answer for now, more time could have buried us.

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