Manchester United head of first-team players development Nicky Butt has now resigned from his job at the club, MySportDab reports.
The former United player has now left Old Trafford after nine-years as one of the first team staffs.
Butt was in charge of ensuring the development of players like Mason Greenwood, Marcus Rashford and others.
However, He has decided to quit his job to search a new challenge.
In a statement, Manchester United said: ‘He leaves with the best wishes of everyone at Manchester United and we thank him for his remarkable contribution to nurturing our homegrown players into the first team during his time here.
‘He also played a key role in bringing in a new talented staffs to ensure growth.
‘Mason Greenwood, Dean Henderson, Marcus Rashford, Scott McTominay, and Axel Tuanzebe are some of the players that Nicky has worked with during his time at the club.’
Speaking about his exit from the club, Butt said: ‘Having come through the Manchester United Academy myself to play almost 400 matches for the first team, it has been a privilege to come work with a new generation of talents.
‘I’m proud to be one of the staffs that give our young footballers the best possible chance of becoming world class footballers, and the result is very clear today in the first team.
‘I has always been difficult to leave Manchester United, but i feel this is the right moment for a new challenge and I look forward to exploring my opportunities.’
Butt played for the Manchester United senior team from 1992 to 2004, in 270 Premier League matches leaving to join Newcastle United.