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Here is about the top news about Man Utd

Here is about the top news about Man Utd

 

Nottingham Forest start talks with the Manchester United over goalkeeper Dean Henderson

 

Nottingham Forest has opened talks with the Manchester United to sign goalkeeper Dean Henderson, with the player interested in the move.

Football journalist Fabrizio Romano reports that newly promoted Forrest wants to sign Henderson on loan with an option to buy the 25-year-old for around £20m.

Forrest may face competition with Henderson but with Newcastle having a link with the goalkeeper.

Henderson is keen to secure first-team football, something that will be difficult to do at Old Trafford given David de Gea’s return in form.

The United academy graduate rose to prominence several seasons ago after successive successful loan spells at Sheffield United, helping the Blades rise from the Championship and then ensuring survival in the Premier League with the impressive ninth-place finish.

Subsequently, he was incorporated into the first team of the Red Devils and after a series of impressive performances; he overtook the struggling De Gea in the standings and secured a place in the England’s squad for the Euro 2020.

United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the time described Henderson as a world-class goalkeeper and claimed: “He will be No. 1 in England and No. 1 at Manchester United at some point.”

However, during the Euros, Henderson suffered a serious thigh injury, before contracting COVID-19 just before the start of the season, and in his absence De Gea regained his place and the form of the inspiring Spaniard confined Henderson to only three times.

While new United boss Eric Ten Hag has yet to assess his entire squad, Henderson is expected to leave, either on loan or permanently, in order to gain match time, with a place in England’s squad for the 2022 World Cup at stake.

Everton’s Jordan Pickford and Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale are Gareth Southgate’s first picks, but third place is very open, with Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope and former West Brom goalkeeper Sam Johnston also vying for a place on the flight to Qatar. .

 

Darwin Nunez explains the decision to choose the Liverpool over the Manchester United

 

Darwin Nunez has opened up about his decision to choose to join Liverpool ahead of a host of other clubs, including Manchester United, and feels the team’s style of play suits him perfectly.

On Tuesday evening, the Merseyside’s confirmed that they have completed signing the 22-year-old in a deal believed to be around £85m including bonuses and add-ons.

The deal is still subject to a work permit and international clearance, but Nunez has completed a medical at the club’s AXA training center and put pen to paper on a long-term contract.

Liverpool had to overcome major competition to claim victory with Uruguay, with new united boss Eric Ten-Tag reportedly angry that the club missed 48 goals in his two seasons with Benfica.

But for Nunez, the decision to join Liverpool was an easy one, as the striker was happy to sign a team ready to fight for trophies while also the huge fan of the way the Jurgen Klopp’s side play.

Speaking to the official Liverpool website, he said: It is a pleasure to be here at the Liverpool and I am very happy to be part of this amazing club.

I’ve played against the Liverpool and seen them in a lot of matches in the Champions League, and that’s my style of play.

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