Ex-Man Utd star Alexander Buttner unveils unusual Sir Alex Ferguson mural

Former Manchester United defender Alexander Buttner has revealed a bizarre Sir Alex Ferguson mural in his home.

Buttner was one of Ferguson's final signings at United, but played just 13 league games for the Red Devils.

The left-back joined prior to Ferguson's final season, and made five appearances to help United to the league title – their most recent to date.

And clearly he holds good memories from his time in the Premier League, as he revealed a new mural in his house of himself and the legendary manager.

In an image shared to his Instagram page he proudly showed off the art of himself, Ferguson and the Premier League trophy.

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He wrote: "Wall at home! Memories!

"Champion of England with the boss #siralexferguson #proud."

Buttner was resigned to being second-choice at United, as he played at the club at the same time as Patrice Evra.

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  • The Swede was unable to unseat the club icon, and Ferguson's replacement, David Moyes, refused to let him leave.

    He was eventually able to go in 2014 as he signed for Dynamo Moscow for £4.4million.

    Since then, his career has gone slightly downhill, as he's had stints at Anderlecht and Vitesse, but hasn't had a club since earlier this year following his release from New England Revolution.

    The defender was reported to have joined Cypriot side Apollon Limassol earlier this year, but was released after just 17 days.

    He's now without a club, with reports in Cyprus claiming he turned up to training in poor shape.

    However, Buttner's representatives are believed to have disputed those claims and alleged contractual issues.

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