Manchester United are set to complete their fourth signing of the summer transfer window by bringing in Turkish goalie, Atlay Bayindir.

Yesterday, Sabah reported that the 25-year-old shot stopper has signed a contract with the Red Devils after completing his medical examination.

Moreover the news outlet mentioned that United have agreed a fee worth 7 million euros with Fenerbahce to complete the transfer.

As per today’s version of Sabah, Bayindir has been ‘sold to Manchester United’ and the Turkish giants are still looking to sell more players and Luan Peres could be next to leave the club.

Bayindir is expected to replace Dean Henderson as the second choice goal keeper at Old Trafford.

The England international is closing in on a move to Crystal Palace. He spent the last season on loan with Nottingham Forest but they did not make the deal permanent.

As per The Sunday Mirror, the 20-time English champions value Henderson at around £30million but whether or not they will get a fee from the Eagles is not known for now.

Simon Mullock claims the talks are still on going to decide whether the move will be a loan or a permanent one.

Yesterday, United bounced back from two goals down to earn all three points vs Forest in the Premier League. Once again, Onana did not look confident.

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