West Bromwich Albion has signed and unveiled Manchester United Goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard in a 2-year deal. He becomes Tony Pulis’ seventh signing of the summer transfer window and will compete with Boaz Myhill and Ben Foster for the No.1 jersey.

The 31-year-old has been made surplus to requirements by United manager Louis van Gaal and has been allowed to travel to the midlands to undergo a medical and discuss personal terms with a view to joining the Baggies earlier today        . 

Lindegaard joined United from Danish club Aalesund in 2010, but struggled to establish himself under the management of Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes and Van Gaal. 

Incidently, Lindegaard is the third player from Manchester United to join West Brom after Darren Fletcher and Jonny Evans. Here is the tweet:

 

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