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Manchester United Transfer News: Bebe Leaves Old Trafford and Completes €3m Benfica Move
Manchester United have confirmed that Portuguese forward Bebe has completed his switch to Benfica. "Manchester United forward Bebe has joined Benfica in a deal worth up to €3million, with the right to 50% of any sell-on fee," a statement read on United's official website. The 24-year-old was signed by former Red Devils manager Sir Alex Ferguson from Viteria de Guimaraes in 2010.

Benfica sign Bebe from Manchester United on four-year contract
Benfica have confirmed the signing of Bebe from Manchester United on a four-year contract.


Benfica sign Manchester United flop Bebe
Benfica have secured the signing of Manchester United outcast Bebe on a four-year deal that could be worth €3million. Bebe was signed by former Old Trafford boss Alex Ferguson from Vitoria Guimaraes for an estimated £7m in 2010. However, Ferguson ...

Benfica sign Manchester United flop Bebe
Benfica have secured the signing of Manchester United outcast Bebe on a four-year deal that could be worth €3million.

Manchester United: Bebe signs for Benfica in deal worth up to £2.4m
Manchester United forward Bebe has signed for Benfica on a four-year deal for a fee of up to £2.4m (3m euros). The 24-year-old told Benfica's official website: "I want to give many goals and lots of joy to the fans." United will retain a 50% sell-on fee ...

Bebe ends Manchester United nightmare to join Benfica
Bebe has ended his controversial stay at Manchester United by signing a four-year contract with Portuguese giants Benfica. The 24-year-old, a £7.4 million signing from Vitoria de Guimaraes in August 2010, was confirmed as a Benfica player after undergoing ...

Bebe joins Benfica from Manchester United
Lisbon (AFP) - Portuguese champions Benfica have signed striker Bebe from Manchester United on a four-year deal, the club announced on Friday. The 24-year-old, whose full name is Tiago Manuel Dias Correia, signed with United in 2010 but spent much of his ...

Bye bye, Bebe - Benfica sign United flop
Benfica have announced the signing of Bebe from Manchester United on a four-year contract, with United confirming the fee could rise to €3 million

Bebe to Benfica: Latest Transfer Details, Reaction and More
Manchester United took the next step in revamping their squad on Friday, completing a transfer that will see out-of-favour winger Bebe move to Portuguese side Benfica. The news was confirmed by Benfica's official Twitter account: According to Manchester United's Twitter account, Benfica wil pay  €3 million for the player's services, while the Reds have the right to 50 percent of any sell-on fee ...

Eliseu leaves Malaga for Benfica
The 30-year-old links up with Jorge Jesus for a second time after the pair worked together at Belenenses Portuguese champions Benfica have confirmed the signing of experienced full-back Eliseu on a two-year deal from La Liga club Malaga. The 30-year-old ...

Manchester United sell misfit Bebe to Benfica
Benfica have signed Bebe from Manchester United in a deal worth up to three million euros, the Premier League club said on Friday.

Bebe joins Benfica from Manchester United
Lisbon (AFP) - Portuguese champions Benfica have signed striker Bebe from Manchester United on a four-year deal, the club announced on Friday.

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