26yo leaves Man Utd for London club in £20m deal
English goalkeeper Dean Henderson has made the permanent move away from Manchester United.
The 26-year-old has struggled for regular minutes during his time with the Red Devils, and he has now opted to leave for good.
The United graduate has signed for Crystal Palace on a long-term deal. The Eagles have paid £15m. The fee could rise to £20m.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils have already secured a replacement for Henderson. Altay Bayindir will replace him in the squad.
The Turkish goalkeeper has already undergone his medical after arriving from Fenerbahce and will join for around £4.3m up front.
Bayindir is expected to play second fiddle to Andre Onana between the sticks this term, but could also feature in the top-flight.
If Onana leaves for the African Cup of Nations in January, Bayindir could be called up to start in a maximum of four league games.
Onana has agreed to make his international comeback with Cameroon and will help them qualify for AFCON against Burundi next month.