Estonian first division side mock Man Utds Jadon Sancho transfer announcement

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Former Liverpool defender Ragnar Klavan found himself a new club last week, who were quick to make a joke at the expense of Manchester United.

Klavan returned to his home country of Estonia to sign for Paide Linnameeeskond on a two-year deal, having spent the last three years at Serie A side Cagliari.

After announcing the arrival of Klavan, his new employers could not resist a dig at the Red Devils.

The Red Devils had confirmed their £73million signing of Jadon Sancho on the same day as Klavan's latest switch, which presented an inviting opportunity to make fun of United.

They wrote on Twitter: "Don’t care, we signed Klavan."

Liverpool supporters were quick to pick up on this tweet by the Estonian side and gave their seal of approval.

"Man Utd getting trolled by Klavan Utd. Now officially my new second team. This is why I'm on twitter," wrote one fan.

"Paide Linnameeskond. What a club. The biggest club in Estonia," added another supporter.

"Who’s the admin? You deserve a raise," a third supporter said.

"You got a new follower for that," expressed a fourth Liverpool fan.

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Klavan became somewhat of a cult hero during his time with the Reds, despite only featuring on a regular basis.

The 35-year-old made a total of 53 appearances for Liverpool over two seasons and scored a memorable winning goal against Burnley in a Premier League fixture at Turf Moor during the 2017/18 campaign.

He left Anfield in 2018 to move to Serie A and is now back in Estonia, where he began his career before joining Dutch side Heracles in 2005.

Klavan is a popular figure in his home country and has been named Estonian Player of the Year on seven occasions.

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