Man Utd goalkeeper Henderson on loan at Nottingham Forest
On a season-long loan from Manchester United, Nottingham Forest has signed goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
As a result of his defeat at the hands of David de Gea in the Old Trafford goalkeeper competition, Henderson, 25, was eager to get back into the squad.
Steve Cooper, the manager of Nottingham Forest, said: “He’s eager for more chances.”
After Nigeria forward Taiwo Awoniyi joined from Union Berlin, he is Forest’s second important summer acquisition.
Henderson has 49 Premier League appearances to his belt.
With 17 shutouts, although he hasn’t appeared in a game since May 2021.
In his loan agreement, there is no option to buy, and Forest will be paying his wage for the whole season.
Aside from the Premier League, he’s also played in the Champions League and international football, Cooper said.
Again, we’re happy that he’s selected Nottingham Forest for our return to the Premier League,” Forest manager Stuart Pearce said in a statement.
According to reports, England defender Jordan Henderson is aiming for a place in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup team this year.
Samba has been Forest’s No. 1 goalkeeper for the last three years.
Negotiations for a new contract for the 28-year-old have come to a standstill.
For the first time since 1999, Nottingham Forest will open their Premier League.
Campaign on the road, traveling to face Newcastle United on August 6.
A permanent transfer for also Ligue 1 defender Giulian Biancone, 22, of France has been close to being finalized.
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