Manchester United has signed Serbia and former Chelsea FC midfielder Nemanja Matic on a three-year contract with an option to extend for a further year.
Matic, who will wear jersey number thirty- one, was left to train alone at Cobham during Chelsea’s pre-season tour of Asia and the Premier League champions has consented to his wishes of being reunited with Jose Mourinho.
The footballer, will earn one hundred and forty thousand pounds a week with the player in line for a bonus should the club succeed in the Champions League.
Manchester United and two of its footballers have been fined by Uefa after they failed to comply with anti-doping regulations.
Defenders Daley Blind and Phil Jones have been fined five thousand euros each while the club is handed a ten thousand euro sanction for offences occurring at the Europa League final against Ajax Amsterdam in Stockholm on May twenty-four.
Jones, who Uefa said used “insulting and directing abusive language towards the Doping Control Officer” has also been suspended for two Uefa matches and will miss the Super Cup match against Real Madrid on August 8 and the opening Champions League game.
Uefa said the incidents breached the regulation which states that teams are responsible for ensuring that players selected to undergo doping controls are taken to the control station straight from the pitch as soon as the match is over.