UK Man United 'eyeing £4m Dean Henderson replacement' and more transfer rumours last minute news
PremierLeague-News.Com- Dean Henderson looks set to depart for Nottingham Forest in the coming weeks, so United are after a new shot-stopper.
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Manchester United are reportedly mulling over a move for Watford goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann in light of Dean Henderson’s impending exit to Nottingham Forest. Henderson is thought to be closing in on a move to the Premier League new boys with number one choice Brice Samba set to exit. United had been tipped to make a move for academy graduate Sam Johnstone but the shot stopper is now poised to sign for Crystal Palace. Instead, they are now setting their sights on Bachmann, according to Goal. The 27-year-old started the season as number one at Watford before being usurped again by Ben Foster, making 12 appearances last season in all. READ MORE: United stance on Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford futures in transfer window The Athletic claims the Austrian could be available for around £4m following the Hornets’ relegation to the Championship. Bachmann would likely be handed cup games if he was to agree to a move.
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