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Van Persie's Advice To Man United Fans That They Shouldn't Ignore If They Want The Best From Malacia

Former Manchester United great Robin Van Persie has sent a message to his former employer's fans immediately the club officially finished signing Tyrell Malacia.

United reached the decision to announce Feyenoord ace Tyrell Malacia as their first new arrival for the season after having a slow start under the new manager.

The Club triggered a total of €15 million plus €2 million for the signatures of the 22-year old who has agreed to stay under the Old Trafford arch for the next 4 years with an option to extend his stay for a year.

Since making a move for the full back, there have been different reactions from Man United fan base with a good number questioning his competency.

And Manchester United fans have had the opportunity to get the information about the skipper from one who knows him very well from when he was a teenager until now that he has risen to who he is.

Having coached him during his academy days before handling him as Feyenoord senior player, United great Robin Van Persie has assured Man United fans that they have found a solution to their problems.

After he waxed lyrical about his countryman telling United fans what they have at their disposal, the former Arsenal man did not forget to tell Man United fans how they can help the new arrival deliver.

"Hi Tyrell, it's Robin here, I would like to congratulate you on your fantastic move to Manchester United," Van Persie said in a video message posted on Twitter. "On this big moment in your career.

Persie is insistent that Man United fans must always accept to stand by the defender in everything, during good time and during bad times.

"Be nice to him, support him, through good times and bad times, he will give absolutely everything for you guys. So I'm sure it will be a great connection together.

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