10:40 PM EDT, Tue July 28, 2015
The Guardian

Robin van Persie welcomed by thousands of Fenerbahçe fans – video

Thousands of fans gather at the Sukru Saracoglu stadium on Tuesday to watch Robin van Persie sign with Fenerbahçe. The former Arsenal and Manchester United player, who has signed a three-year contract with the Turkish club, is welcomed on to the pitch with loud cheers and claps. Van Persie leaves Old Trafford after scoring 58 goals over three years

The Guardian

Manchester United yet to agree a fee with Fenerbahce for Robin van Persie

• Fenerbahce paraded Van Persie in front on fans on Tuesday• But United have still not finalised a fee for the 31-year-oldManchester United have still not agreed a fee with Fenerbahce for the transfer of Robin van Persie – even though the striker has already been unveiled by the Turkish club.Van Persie flew to Turkey on Sunday before completing a medical the following day and then agreeing terms on a three-year contract. The 31-year-old then appeared at a grand unveiling ceremony in Istanbul on Tuesday.

The Guardian

Robin van Persie vows to win trophies at Fenerbahce unveiling

• Thousands of fans turn up for ceremony in Sukru Saracoglu stadium• Manchester United look light on strikers after Van Persie’s exitRobin van Persie has been unveiled as a Fenerbahce player at a signing ceremony after his move from Manchester United. The 31-year-old arrived in Istanbul over the weekend to finalise the transfer and was introduced at the club’s Sukru Saracoglu Stadium where he signed forms in front of thousands of fans.“I’m humbled to see that so many great fans came today to greet me and to welcome me to your family,” the Dutchman told the crowd.

South Wales Evening Post

PREMIER LEAGUE WATCH: Manchester United star nears exit as...

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