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Man United reach agreement for Erik Ten Hag’s first signing as transfer edges closer

Manchester United have reportedly agreed a deal to sign young goalkeeper Stevenage goalkeeper Elyh Harrison.

That’s according to a recent report from TalkSPORT’s Alex Crook, who has claimed the Red Devils are close to signing the talented English shot-stopper.

Although some way off a first-team spot, Harrison, 16, has impressed this season while in action for Stevenage’s under-18s and that has promoted the Red Devils’ scouts to take note.

Read more: Man United one of four top European clubs interested in versatile Bundesliga defender

It is not surprising to hear that United want to bring in a new youth goalkeeper with incoming manager Erik Ten Hag set to overhaul the squad, top to bottom.

Back-up first-team goalkeeper Dean Henderson is once again facing an uncertain future with the Englishman eyeing the exit.

Sources have previously told Stretty News that conversations over transferring Henderson out of Old Trafford have already taken place with the England international keen to find a permanent club where he will be guaranteed first-team minutes.

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4 responses to “Man United reach agreement for Erik Ten Hag’s first signing as transfer edges closer”

  1. Godwin Lucy says:

    He has a good future for man U
    God bless and keep his dreams

  2. Prince says:

    It’s good especially with our current situation we need improvement from the coaches and to the players as well

  3. Nacho Meeklatino says:

    I don’t think Goalkeeper is our utmost problem in the pitch, we need a player like Declan Rice who can stand firm and still in the midfield, then he will the distributor to other players. Another player needed is Antony Matheus at Ajax, then a replacement for Maguire, we also recruit the strong and able players from our feeder’s section. We are good.

    Elanga shouldn’t be playing on EPL again, he needs more build up and strength to be qualified for EPL.

  4. Mon says:

    No offense man but this is the lamest comment here… Why in the world should United pay 150M for Rice when they can get Kamara and Tolisso for free??? Dude it’s high time we put English players sentiment and English media hype aside and go for real players with real passion

    Lastly Elanga was a better player than Rash and Lingard combined this season