Manchester City captain, Vincent kompany has revealed he was leaving the club after 11 years on Sunday, a day after a 6-0 win over Watford in the FA Cup final saw them become the first English men’s club to secure the domestic treble.
The City captain has now unveiled his plans for the future; he has signed a three-year deal with Belgian side Anderlecht, where he came through the ranks before joining Hamburg in 2006.
Vincent has announced his departure from Manchester City having captained the club to the domestic treble. He leaves English football as a true Premier League legend, writes Adam Bate.
The 33-year-old explained his decision on Facebook, writing: “I have decided to take up the challenge at RSC Anderlecht. Player-Manager.
“I want to share my knowledge with the next purple generations. With that, I will also put a bit of Manchester in the heart of Belgium.
Kompany is to become the player-manager of Anderlecht after confirming his departure from Manchester City.