Rodrigo Possebon to Join Sporting Braga On A Season-Long Loan

Andrew Jordan@@Andrew_JordanSenior Writer IJuly 5, 2009

SOUTHAMPTON, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 04:  Rodrigo Possebon of Manchester United in action during the FA Cup Sponsored by E.on 3rd Round  match between Southampton and Manchester United at St Mary's Stadium on January 4, 2009 in Southampton, England.  (Photo by Phil Cole/Getty Images)

According to manutd.com, future Manchester United star Rodrigo Possebon will join Portuguese side Sporting Braga on a season long loan for the 2009-10 season.

The young Brazilian, who was signed 18 months ago from Brazilian club Internacional, is joining Braga as part of his grooming with Man United.

Last year, Possebon made a total of eight appearances for the Red Devils, but because of the depth of the team's central midfielders, Possebon mainly was a member of the reserve team for the season.

After joining Braga, Possebon told reporters that he loved Braga's iconic Estádio Municipal, as he claimed that he never saw a stadium that was quite like this, and he also can't wait for the season to begin.

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