This summer has been a summer of change at Manchester United - especially at the back, where it has been a case of out with the old and in with the new.
Rio Ferdinand has joined QPR on a Bosman transfer, Patrice Evra signed a new one-year deal - only to join Juventus weeks later. However perhaps the biggest decision was that of Nemanja Vidic to leave United for a new challenge in Italy with Inter Milan.
The Serbian club captain has had struggles with injuries for two seasons and it appeared both he and United felt the time was right for a new direction - both for the club and the player.
He joined Inter Milan of Serie A this summer and he has been speaking about the move this week - admitting he already feels at 'home' with the Nerazzurri:
"Obviously in the last two or three weeks we get along together and we can understand each other on the pitch as well as off the pitch. Like I said I have a good experience. I have had a great welcome from the fans and from the players and I feel already like I am home. That's important for any player and hopefully we can do well on the pitch, which is the most important thing..."
Inter had a disappointing campaign last season - finishing fifth and therefore missing out on Champions League football. But with added investment from Erik Thohir and new players set to join Vidic and French international Yann M'Vila at the San Siro - Vidic will be hoping his new home becomes 'home sweet home' in the not so distant future.