- Largie Ramazani is on his way out of Man United after rejecting a new deal
- It is understood the 19-year-old was not given a pay-rise in the new contract
- Ramazani scored nine goals in 13 appearances in the Premier League 2
Largie Ramazani has quit Manchester United for Spanish second division side Almeria, reports claim.
The 19-year-old refused to sign a new deal with the Red Devils despite being offered a contract extension.
It is understood that the youngster wants first-team action and has decided to leave the Theatre of Dreams for good.
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Manchester Evening News claim Ramanzani could be on a permanent move to Spain after spending part of the season on loan at Almeria.
Reports also claim that the Belgian striker was unhappy with the wages United were offering having demanded a significant increase on his current pay packet.
The teenager scored nine goals in 13 appearances in the Premier League 2 and made his senior debut under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the Europa League clash against Astana last November.
Ramazani wrote on his social media handle: "The life of an athlete is made by challenges. Some are given to us.
"Others are fruits of our decision to keep the light that illuminates our career, which is short.
"I want to thank the club for helping me become a better footballer/person and for making me and my family feel at home during my time here.
"After all the years I can only say thank you to the club, to the fans that have supported me since the first day I wore this jersey and of course thank you and good luck to my team-mates, who helped me settle in since day one not only as a teammates but as friends/family.
"Today I say goodbye to Manchester United but I take with me many memories, lessons and great moments that will live with me forever.
"It has been one of the best years of my football career. At last I want to wish the club many success for the future and thank the club for giving me the opportunity.
"Thank you. Largie Ramazani"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer claims it is harder to win trophies now than during the glory days under Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United under Alex Ferguson were unstoppable winning 13 Premier League titles and 38 trophies overall in his 26 years at the dug out at Old Trafford.
The Red Devils have only managed to win three trophies since the legendary manager retired in 2013.
Legit.ng also reported that Norwich City vs Man United ended 2-1 in favour of the Red Devils in an entertaining fixture that was decided in extra time.
Odion Ighalo had put United ahead in the 51st minute before tod Cantwell drew the home side level in the 70th minute to send the match into extra time.
The likes of Juan Mata, Ighalo, Jesse Lingard, Eric Bailly, and Diogo Dalot returned to United's starting line up for the crunch game.
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