Manchester United's Ander Herrera confirms Old Trafford exit

Ander Herrera has confirmed he will leave Manchester United at the end of the season when his contract expires.

Spain international Herrera, 29, spent five years at Old Trafford after signing from Athletic Bilbao in 2014. He helped the club win the Europa League, FA Cup and League Cup and claimed the club's Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award in the 2016-17 season.

Sources have previously told ESPN FC that Herrera is set to join Paris Saint-Germain as a free agent in the summer.

"There is red in my heart, I knew it from the first time I played here and in the moment I started to wear it," Herrera said in the video message posted on United's Twitter account. He made 189 appearances for United in all competitions and scored 20 goals.

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"A club with thousands of fans who respect and remember all the players who give everything. I felt special when I heard my name chanted. I felt proud when the fans decided I was part of this incredible history.

"Every time I represented this club, in every game, in wins and losses, even when I couldn't help from the grass, I understood what this club means.

"I am going to remember each of the almost 200 matches that I have played with this jersey. Because playing for the greatest club in England, has been a true honour. Thanks for these five amazing years."

Herrera's fellow Spanish midfielder Juan Mata is also out of contract at Manchester United at the end of the season, and talks are ongoing with the 30-year-old over a new deal.

United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer confirmed last month that Antonio Valencia will also leave the club this summer.