Crystal Palace has signed goalkeeper Dean Henderson from Manchester United, both Premier League clubs said on Thursday, with the England international signing a five-year contract.
The transfer fee has not been disclosed but British media reported that Palace would pay United 20 million pounds ($25.3 million), including add-ons.
“Saying goodbye to United is an emotional moment for me,” Henderson posted on social media. “This club has been a part of my life since I was a kid.”
Henderson was loaned out to Sheffield United from 2018-2020 followed by a year at Nottingham Forest in the 2022–23 season.
He made his only appearance for England in 2020, a 3–0 friendly win over Ireland after replacing Nick Pope at halftime.