Former Manchester United player Anders Lindegaard condemned the signing of former Juventus player Paul Pogba, saying that the club was now run differently.
Pogba signed a five-year deal after his world record move from the Turin-based side to Old Trafford for £89 million. The 23-year old left United four years back when he couldn’t agree with the management over playing time and wages.
Anders Lindegaard joined West Bromwich Albion on August of 2015 on a free deal but the Danish shot-stopper has failed to make an impact with the Premier League club as he has had to settle with a place on the sidelines.
Boaz Myhill and Ben Forster are the main goal-keepers of West Bromwich Albion and Anders Lindegaard just can’t seem to get playing time ahead of those players.
Anders Lindegaard could be on his way out of the club this summer despite having a year left on his contract with the Baggies.
West Bromwich Albion feel Anders Lindegaard is surplus to requirement at The Hawthorns and with Ben Foster returning from his long term knee injury, the club is likely to offload the goal stopper this summer.
Anders Lindegaard is a 32 year old goal-keeper whose last club which he performed with was the League Championship side Preston North End.
The veteran player signed a loan deal with the English club that extended until the end of the 2015-16 season and considering that the season is just about over, the future of Lindegaard is starting to appear unclear.
Preston North End manager, Simon Grayson will wait until the last minute before announcing the team that will face Burnley in the derby game.
Anders Lindegaard suffered an injury in the match against Birmingham and was withdrawn at half-time. He will have to face a late fitness test to determine whether he is able to take his place on the field. Alternatively, he might be replaced by Chris Kirkland.
MarnickVermijl is another player that is uncertain for the game against Burnley and might be replaced by the returning Calum Woods.
Anders Lindegaard makes a decisive save to deny Queens Park Rangers midfielder Chery from putting his side 2-0 up in the latest clash on Saturday.
Rangers was leading 1-0 at that time and with only 7 minutes left to play, it would have been match won for them if they have scored. Lindegaard produced a magnificent save to stop Chery who was clear on goal.
In the closing minute of the game, Greg Cunningham managed to find room down the left, crossed into the box to find Eoin Doyle who scored from 12 yards into the bottom corner to earn Preston North End a well-deserved draw.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Andres Lindegaard is once again on the move, but this time only a short spell.
He came to West Brom on a permanent basis in the hope of getting regular football. However, Boas Myhill has dominated proceedings in Tony Pulis’ plans and the situation is unlikely to get any better with Ben Foster’s return just around the corner. Hence, Lindegaard has decided to take the plunge and join a Championship team on loan until the end of the season. He will be playing for Preston North End with a view to secure a move at the end of the campaign.
Tony Pulis made a sarcastic remark to Jurgen Klopp showing his anger after a recent game between Liverpool and West Brom.
Manchester United continued their poor form by only getting a 0-0 draw against Crystal Palace, which means that the team has not won in the last four matches of all competitions. Scoring goals has always been a major problem for Louis Van Gaal’s United.
It has been more pronounced than ever in the last four matches. The Red Devils scored only one goal in these games and it came in the 1-1 draw against CSKA Moscow. Things looked extremely promising at the start of the campaign when Anthony Martial was scoring for fun, but the goals have dried for the Frenchman as well.
Manchester United have reportedly told goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard that he can leave the club on a free transfer.
The player, who joined the club in 2010, has been on the periphery for the last few years and it looks highly unlikely that he will be part of the first-team going forward. This is despite the much anticipated exit of David de Gea on the cards. The exit of the Spaniard will leave new signing Sergio Romero as the first choice goalkeeper. Victor Valdes is also set to leave the club. These exits were expected to grant a new lease of life for Lindegaard.