Yeah sounds likely to happen. Makes sense him being in Manchester as well as the Norweigan season is finished isnt it? Shall we assume he's signing with a view to joining from January as opposed to joining next summer?Lindegaard a done deal within 48 hours, for around 3.5mill??
He's 20, he's not experienced regardless of how long he's been playing in La Liga and the Europa League final. 2-3 years is nothing compared to someone like Buffon or as we have now Van Der Sar who have/had both won Domestic Titles, Champions Leagues, played internationals at major tournaments. He's not proven on the big stage, to me the Europa League is not a big stage, mickey mouse competition. I never said Lindegaard was more experienced either by the way. There's no doubt he's a very good goalkeeper and can potentially get better but I still feel it's a risk for us to have a 20 year old as our #1 keeper especially when many keepers have come in, in the past and succumbed to the pressure of keeping for United.De Gea is proven, he has been Athletico's no. 1 for the past two seasons, and he played in the Europa league final, so he isn't unproven or inexperienced. plus the Spanish league isn't the easiest league to keep goals either?
He's actually more experienced than Lindegaard, who was an unknown even in Denmark when he got his first call up about 2 years ago!
Anders Lindegaard was today agrees with Manchester United on his personal contract and is thus ready for one of the world's biggest football clubs, 1 January 2011!
AaFK and Manchester United agreed a move earlier this week and today alstå Anders conducted medical tests and signed for the club.
Anders came to AaFK on loan in 2009 and made a strong impression before he returned to Odense
BK 12 July. He, however, came back to AaFK in the fall, after AaFK and his Danish club came to an agreement about a permanent move. This year he has all the league matches and have done so noted that he has played in
on the Danish national team. Anders has been an important contributor to AaFK, both on and off the field. His professional attitude and attitude have been a contributing factor to the team's performance. He has given
our supporters a lot of good experiences, but many will remember most is his criminal life in the cup final against Molde.
And from Aalesunds website:@RBFlemma: Good lord. Aalesund's CEO Henrik Hoff claims the clubs website was probably hacked! by danish media. This has to end. #mufc
AaFK have not been published and confirmed some transition Anders Lindegaard to Manchester United. One of several unpublished articles with different outcomes of the negotiations taking place have been reported by the media. AaFK would like to emphasize strongly that no transition is in place.