Manchester United veteran Rio Ferdinand is set to launch his autobiography.

The Daily Mail says the 35-year-old defender is coming to the end of his time at Old Trafford and is expected to tell of the ups and downs of his career in the book, which will be called '#2sides: Rio Ferdinand - My Autobiography.'

With the former England centre half heading to the World Cup finals in Brazil as a TV pundit and new manager Louis van Gaal expected to clear the decks at United, Ferdinand may have played his last game in a red shirt.

His book will cover the disastrous Moyes era at United after the former Everton manager succeeded Sir Alex Ferguson last summer and may shed light on the dressing room division that led to his sacking.

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