- Date of Birth: 13 April 1984
- Birthplace: Odense, Odense, Denmark
- Position: Goalkeeper
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Burnley are reportedly mulling the prospect of signing former Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard on a free transfer.
Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has joined West Bromwich Albion on a free transfer.
Manchester United are expected to offload goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard as he does not future in Louis van Gaal's plans for the upcoming season.
The large amounts of investment previous summer notwithstanding, the question of more players arriving at Manchester United at astronomical prices do not subside. Obviously, this comes with the task of taking players off your books. And United have a huge task at hand because as many as 10 players could be up for renewal this summer.
Primeira Liga giants Benfica are keen on snapping up Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard, The Star reports.
Manchester United's number one David De Gea is reportedly set to sign a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2018.
Manchester United's backup goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard has been linked with a transfer to Stoke City, but only if Asmir Begovic is sold during the January transfer window. Bosnia international Begovic has been linked with a number of top European sides.
There has been a summer of change in the Premier League in the goalkeeping department, but which team has the best keepers?
Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea has hit out at reports that he is no longer Manchester United's first choice keeper, with Sir Alex Ferguson instead preferring Anders Lindegaard.
Manchester United's goalkeeping frustrations have seen manager Sir Alex Ferguson turn to a potential move for Galatasaray shot stopper Fernando Muslera. The 26 year old Uruguayan is available for €15 million.
According to various reports, Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is ready to ditch Spanish goalkeeper David de Gea, and hit the January transfer window in search of a replacement.
Sir Alex Ferguson has offered his full backing for Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea. The former Atletico Madrid shot stopper will be recalled to the first team due to a long term injury to Anders Lindegaard.
Phil Jones' first goal of his league career was enough to ensure that Manchester United remained within touching distance of city rivals Man City at the top of the league. The former Blackburn defender bundled home Nani's cross in the 20th minute to ensure a 1-0 win over Aston Villa.
Polish goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has slammed Manchester United, as the club continue to keep his player registration against his wishes. It is understood Kuszczak is desperate to quit Old Trafford.