Deal agreed – Player is sold to Manchester United – Report

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Atlay Bayindir, a goaltender from Turkey, will be the fourth player Manchester United has added during the summer transfer season.

The 25-year-old shot stopper completed his medical check and signed a deal with the Red Devils, according to yesterday’s Sabah report.

Additionally, the news source said that United and Fenerbahce reached a 7 million euro fee agreement to complete the transfer.

According to the Sabah of today, Luan Peres could be the next member of the team to leave as Bayindir has reportedly been “sold to Manchester United” and the Turkish powerhouse is still looking to offload more players.

At Old Trafford, Bayindir is anticipated to take Dean Henderson’s role as the backup custodian.

The Crystal Palace transfer for the England international is almost complete. Although Nottingham Forest had him on loan the previous season, they did not make the arrangement permanent.

The Sunday Mirror reports that the 20-time English champions value Henderson at roughly £30 million, although it is yet unknown whether they will get a payment from the Eagles.

According to Simon Mullock, discussions are still ongoing to determine if the relocation would be permanent or just a loan.

Yesterday, United came back against Forest in the Premier League to win all three points after falling down by two goals. Onana appeared unconfident once more.

Are you of the opinion that Atlay Bayindir is capable enough to bolster the GK department at Old Trafford?

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