Gabriel Heinze Profile
Gabriel Heinze quickly settled down at Manchester United and made his Premier League debut for The Reds in a 2–2 draw with local rivals Bolton Wanderers at Reebok Stadium on the 11th of September 2004. After racking up 52 Premier League appearances for Manchester United, he fell out with manager Sir Alex Ferguson and signed with Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid for an estimated transfer fee of £8 million at the start of the 2007-08 campaign. A few years later, however, the hot-tempered player admitted in public that he deeply regretted the move away from Manchester United. An international for Argentina, Heinze was handed his full international debut for The White and Sky Blue in a 3-1 win over Libya at Tripoli Stadium on the 30th of April 2003 and proceeded to play 71 games for the country of his birth. Gabriel Heinze Playing Career: Newell’s Old Boys, Real Valladolid, Sporting Lisbon, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Marseille, AS Roma, Newell’s Old Boys. Managing Career: Godoy Cruz, Argentinos Juniors, Velez Sarsfield.