West Bromwich Albion have completed the signing of Anders Lindegaard on a two-year deal.
Lindegaard had spent a number of years at Manchester United but he was never really given a real stretch of games in the first-team at Old Trafford.
He isn’t expected to be the only goalkeeper to leave before the transfer window shuts tomorrow, with David de Gea closing in on a move to Real Madrid and Victor Valdes reportedly the subject of interest from Marseille.
Madrid’s Keylor Navas is said to be set on a move to Man United as part of the deal for De Gea.
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Lindegaard has gone about his job with a minimum of fuss despite his limited opportunities at United and supporters will wish him well.
Hopefully Tony Pulis can give him the minutes on the pitch that he deserves and he will be in good company at West Brom with Jonny Evans and Darren Fletcher also moving there recently.