Anderson hit with £60 parking fine on £200,000 Mercedes

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Anderson has plenty of time on his hands these days, but unfortunately for him it doesn't look as though he spent any of it trying to park his car properly.

The Brazilian midfielder who has been ridiculed over his weight was, you guessed it, coming back from lunch at a popular Chinese restaurant amongst the Red Devils contingent when he found out he'd fallen foul of the law.


Accompanied by an unnamed female and wearing what can only be described as a shocking outfit, the Manchester United flop found a £60 ticket on his £200,000 Mercedes SLS.

The 26-year-old hardly seemed flustered after finding the ticket and soon drove off to head back and start preparing to sit on the bench once more.


Anderson has played just 20 minutes of Premier League action this season, with Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal seemingly set on letting him leave at the soonest possible opportunity. Indeed he's started just six games over the past three seasons at Old Trafford.

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The former Porto ace was sent out on loan to Fiorentina last term and while the Serie A club were said to be looking at a deal, the midfielder's wage demands put paid to that.


A loan switch to Gremio in Brazil was also mooted, but that never got off the ground.

While Anderson ponders what he does with his weekend, his Manchester United team-mates are gearing up to take on QPR at Loftus Road. Radamel Falcao has been given the nod to start for the Red Devils as they look to get back to winning ways following the defeat against Southampton.

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