Nani has completed a move to Fenerbahce in Turkey for a fee of around £4.25m after spending last season on loan at his former club Sporting Lisbon.
All the best to @luisnani, who completed his move to Fenerbahce today. #mufc https://t.co/N5yC6zocUk
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 6, 2015
The Portuguese wingman signed in 2007 and made a total of 230 appearances with 41 goals, winning the 2008 Champions League in Moscow against Chelsea along the way.
He had signed a five year deal in September 2013 only to find his playing time limited under successive United managers, David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal.
The 28 year old had been widely expected to move on for some time and he could yet be joined in Turkey by his former Manchester United colleague Robin Van Persie who has also been linked with the Turkish outfit after reports emerged that personal terms had been agreed with the Dutch forward, who has one year left on his current United deal.
Nani was joined in leaving Old Trafford by Angelo Henriquez, a Chile international, who moved to Dinamo Zagreb after a period on loan.
Henriquez never played for the first team during his time at United, and had loan spells at Wigan and Real Zaragoza before departing for Zagreb last season.
He came on as an extra time substitute during Chile’s Copa America Cup-final win over Argentina last week.