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.
Now that the loan deal of Lindegaard with Preston North End is over, he would have to make a return to his parent club West Bromwich Albion but Lindegaard has already stated that he does not want to return to the Premier League club.
“I don’t see myself back at West Brom, I don’t think West Brom see themselves having me back. I can’t see why it should end up being like that that would be because we have a contract that we have to respect. But they’ve been good to me since Ben Foster got fit. They’ve been positive in this whole process about what’s going to happen next season, whether it’s here or someplace else. I can’t see myself going back there.” Anders Lindegaard said as he voiced his desire to not make a return to West Bromwich Albion.
It does seem likely that Anders Lindegaard might be signing a contract extension with Preston North End as the Danish player is a consistent starter for the League Championship club and has helped them in securing the 11th spot in the 2nd tier English League.
Lindegaard joined West Bromwich Albion back on August of 2015 as he penned a 2 year long contract but he failed to secure a regular starting role in the Premier League club and it’s one of the main reasons of why he opted to leave and join Preston North End where he has been able to make an impact and become a significantly important player.