'My heartfelt thanks go to the supervisor, Jose Mourinho, for the assumption he had in me, all these years in the past, when all of it was only a pupil dream.
"I'd additionally prefer to thank Manchester United and all of the golf equipment the place I've had the privilege of working throughout this era".
Individually, he was named in the PFA Team of the Year in 2012/13 and picked up Man Utd's Players' Player of the Year award in the same season. "I want to say a giant 'thanks" to all of the workers and gamers who, in numerous methods, have made an vital contribution to my development as an individual and as knowledgeable. "We wish him all the best for the future", the club tweeted.
Attention has already turned to who Jose Mourinho will bring in as number two.
His time at club is not over however, as once he hangs up his boots he will become part of Jose Mourinho's coaching staff.
He lacks experience as a coach, but many think he will be an ideal replacement for Faria.
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Faria went on to thank Mourinho for his guidance and friendship.
I have been told categorically that the only reason Faria is leaving is because, after 17 years by Mourinho's side, he needs a break, that he has been thinking about the move for some time and has no other job lined up.
But Man United fans are convinced that the 36-year-old has what it takes to make the step up.
Carrick will continue at the club in a coaching capacity and Herrera believes the former England global has all the attributes to succeed in a managerial role in the future. It's one of the qualities he has that can make him a good manager in the future.
"He's the right person to be an assistant as he's very calm and balanced", added the Spaniard.
"He never gets insane happy and in the bad moments he keeps his head and tries to give the right advice to the team".
"Carrick is going to start the match as captain but he is not going to end the match because I want him to leave that pitch alone", the Red Devils boss said. Have your say in the comments section below.