New Fenerbahce signing Nani has bid farewell to Manchester United, but has refrained from mentioning current manager Louis van Gaal in his farewell message.
The Portuguese international spent last season on loan at Sporting Lisbon and has joined the Turkish giants on a three-year deal.
The four-time Premier League winner made just one appearance for United last season before returning to Lisbon.
While saying goodbye to the club's supporters via his Instagram page he failed to mention his last manager at Old Trafford.
He wrote: "I leave Manchester with many titles and many memories, I want to thank all the people who helped me on this journey and wish you all the luck and success! Thanks to all my colleagues, to all staff and management structure, thank you Sir Alex Ferguson!"
Nani is the latest of seven departures from United this summer, the first of which was Tom Cleverley, who joined Everton on a free transfer upon the expiry of his contract.
Cleverley spent last season on loan at Aston Villa and admitted less than a month into that spell that he was happy to leave a "negative" atmosphere behind him at United.
Having now joined Everton, the 25-year-old hopes regular appearances will help improve his international hopes.
"It'd be great to get back into the England team," he told the club's official website according to the Liverpool Echo. "If you just look at the players coming through at Everton, it's great to see how many of them are consistently featuring in the England squads.
"Hopefully I can get my name back on that list and I feel as though I'm at the right place to do that. I think joining early can definitely help me. I'll be able to get my head around things and it will allow me to plan things and properly prepare for the season because I want to hit the ground running."