MANCHESTER UNITED’S Dean Henderson has completed a season-long loan move to Nottingham Forest.
The 25-year-old is looking for regular football ahead of the upcoming World Cup in Qatar, and is expected to be No.1 for the newly-promoted side.
Forest will pay all of his wages in the deal and it is understood there is no option to buy in the loan arrangement.
Henderson will also not be able to play against United during his loan.
The deal was believed to have been completed last week after Forest went into the market for a keeper.
Last season’s regular keeper Brice Samba is reportedly unhappy with his wages and wants a move away from the club.
Henderson has been limited to only appearances in cup competitions in recent seasons due to the form of David De Gea.
The Spanish stopper has been praised as one of United’s best players of the last couple of years, despite the club’s on-pitch struggles.
The signing of Henderson follows other ambitious business by Steve Cooper’s side.
Forest swooped for Nigerian striker Taiwo Awoniyi last month and made him the club-record signing for £ 17.2m.
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Another significant piece of business by the club was announced yesterday.
Star striker Brennan Johnson signed a new four-year deal, despite being linked to other clubs.
The 21-year-old Welsh international scored 19 goals in all competitions last term.