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Manchester United have released goalkeepers Roy Carroll and Ricardo.
Carroll had been expected to depart Old Trafford after failing to agree a new deal but his agent Francis Martin claimed recently that his client would be remaining with United.
As Sir Alex Ferguson has been hunting a new keeper and Tim Howard signed fresh terms, Carroll's place was always going to be under threat after failing to truly nail down the number one spot.
Ricardo has agreed terms with Osasuna on a two-year contract.
The Spanish shot-stopper was released by Manchester United and is keen to rebuild his career after a disappointing stint at Old Trafford.
After complaining about a lack of opportunities under Sir Alex Ferguson, the 33-year-old will compete with Juantxo Elia for the number one slot at Osasuna next term.