Anderson will not be joining Fiorentina this summer

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Manchester United midfielder Anderson appears to have left Fiorentina - following an unsuccessful loan spell at the Italian outfit.

The 26-year-old was expected to join Fiorentina on a permanent deal in the summer, however the Viola have decided to pull out of a deal to sign Anderson after he failed to make an impact at the club.

Anderson has taken to Instagram to thank Fiorentina's fans for supporting him during his brief spell at the Stadio Artemio Franchi - which is a clear indication he will not be returning to Vincenzo Montella's side.

"Thanks Fiorentina fans for the strength and all the emotions that you have made me live in these five months here in this wonderful company!" said Anderson.

The Brazilian was not expected to make a return to Old Trafford following his loan move to Serie A - but it now looks like he could join up with the rest of his Manchester United teammates for their pre-season tour of America.

Anderson wrote an emotional letter aimed at fans of Manchester United before completing his move to Fiorentina in January - which seemed to bring to an end his seven-year association with the club.

Former Manchester United boss David Moyes also decided to hand Anderson's squad number to record signing Juan Mata which was another hint that the former Porto man would not be returning to the Premier League giants.

However Anderson may just be granted another chance to impress at Old Trafford after Fiorentina decided to pass up the opportunity to sign the deep-lying playmaker.

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