The midfielder has had limited game time as he struggled with ulcerative colitis, which forced him to miss the second half of the season. He spent two more seasons at Old Trafford before having spells at West Brom and Stoke City. Fletcher is 38 years old, retired from football in 2019 and is currently the technical director of Manchester United.
The Dutchman was signed with the aim of replacing Patrice Evra but left the club a year after they won the title. Since then, he has played in seven clubs across Russia, Belgium, the Netherlands and the United States. The 33-year-old currently plays for De Graafschap in the second division of Dutch football.
The Danish goalkeeper failed to usurp David de Gea as United’s number one goalkeeper but still made 10 Premier League appearances that season. The Danish goalkeeper announced his retirement last month at the age of 38 after his last club Helsingborg was relegated.
The Portuguese winger missed part of the season through injury and made just 12 appearances for United before returning to Sporting Lisbon on loan in August 2014. signed with Fenerbahce a year later, also playing for Valencia, Lazio, Sporting Lisbon, Orlando City and Venice. The 36-year-old currently plays in Australia for A-League side Melbourne Victory.
The 33-year-old defender spent nine seasons at Old Trafford before moving to Roma in 2019. At Roma, he was one of the star players with 117 appearances in four seasons. He was awarded the Man of the Match award when the Italian side won the Europa Conference League last season.
The legendary midfielder retired (for the second time) at the end of the 2012/2013 season in their last title-winning season. Since then, he has mainly worked as a commentator after failing in management.
The 30-year-old remains at Manchester United despite barely playing in the past four seasons. There was an emotional moment in January against Wolves, when he made his first appearance in the United squad in 707 days.
Several former teammates including Rafael Da Silva and Ben Foster have said that Anderson could be “the best player in the world” but failed to properly invest in himself. Anderson left Manchester United in 2015 and retired from football just five years later at the age of 31.
After winning the Serie A title with Inter Milan, he returned to Aston Villa – the team he played for before leaving for MU in 2011. At the age of 37, he is still playing regularly in the Premier League and has scored 1 goal in 11 appearances so far this season.
Vidic, now 41, will stay at Man United for another year, then become an ambassador for the Red Devils. Last November, he signed up for a UEFA course and may be on a new path.
The Japanese star arrived in 2012 from Borussia Dortmund and occasionally gave Man United fans bright moments in his first season – becoming the first Asian player to score a Premier League hat-trick. League.
However, he has struggled to replicate the steady form he enjoyed under Klopp at Borussia Dortmund, and returned to the Bundesliga side a year after United’s title win.
He worked as an assistant to Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, before having a stint as Wales manager. Giggs resigned as Wales coach after being accused of assaulting his ex-girlfriend.
Chicharito struggled to find regular appearances and after a loan spell at Real Madrid, he left the club in 2015 for Bayer Leverkusen. After stints at West Ham and Sevilla, he currently plays for MLS side LA Galaxy.
Tom Cleverley looks set to have a long career in Manchester United’s midfield. However, he was quickly put aside by Louis van Gaal, first being sent on loan to Aston Villa in 2014, before joining Everton permanently a year later. The 33-year-old is currently in his seventh season at Watford.
The Northern Ireland international joined West Brom in 2015. After three years at West Brom, he joined Leicester, where he is currently having his fifth season.
He scored nine goals the following season before being unexpectedly allowed to join rivals Arsenal on the last day of September 2014. Welbeck scored 32 goals in 126 appearances for the Gunners before joining Watford and currently having his third season at Brighton.
Legendary striker Wayne Rooney will leave Man United four years after the win in 2013 to return to Everton. After a year back at Goodison Park, he moved to DC United and Derby County before hanging up his boots to become a coach.
The former England defender will only stay at Old Trafford for one more season, before signing a one-year contract with Queens Park Rangers. The 44-year-old legend is currently working as a TV commentator for BT Sport.
The Brazilian was a key player in the 2012/2013 season but only stayed for two more seasons before being transferred to Lyon. Rafael, now 32, played 139 times in five years with the French club before heading to Istanbul Basaksehir, and then Brazilian side Botafogo.
David de Gea
One of two players still at the Red Devils after 10 years. The Spaniard had only played two seasons at Old Trafford at the time and has now made over 500 appearances for the club. However, he could have gone to Real Madrid in 2015.
The winger even became captain in 2017. He left in 2019 to return to Ecuador to play for LDU Quito, before signing with Queretaro. In May 2021, he announced his retirement from football.
Evra left MU in 2014 and went on to play for clubs including Juventus, Marseille and West Ham before retiring.
After retiring, he will continue to work for Man United for many years as an assistant, but left the club following the departure of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer – despite winning his only match as interim manager. .
Robin van Persie
The 2012/2013 championship is best remembered for Robin van Persie’s impressive season after his move from Arsenal – a season he scored 26 goals. He arrived at Fenerbahce in 2015 before winning the Dutch Cup with boyhood club Feyenoord in 2019. Earlier this month, he returned to Carrington at the invitation of Erik ten Hag.
Thanh Vu | 20:23 December 26, 2022