The 25-year-old may represent excellent value for a back-up goalkeeper, but his recent poor fortunes are cause for concern
Manchester United’s first two Premier League games have suggested that midfield is their biggest area of concern. However, playing out in the background of their public pursuit of Sofyan Amrabat has been a transfer saga of much less importance.
After a couple of seasons in limbo, it appears that Dean Henderson is finally going to get a move away from Old Trafford, with Crystal Palace looking most likely to bring in the long-term United back-up as their No.1.
This has created a need for Erik ten Hag to identify a new substitute goalkeeper, and reports suggest that Fenerbahce’s Altay Bayindir is his main target. His is a name that will likely be unfamiliar to those outside of Turkey, particularly as Fener have been absent from the Champions League for some time now.
Fortunately, GOAL has you covered. Below, we have taken a closer look at why United have been drawn to Bayindir this summer: