BREAKING: Ex-Rangers goalkeeper Wes Foderingham completes move to premier league side
By 9jagossip.ng | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2 views
The EX Rangers goalie Wes Foderingham last night sealed a three-year deal to switch to the English Premier League with Sheffield United.
Sheffield united needed a back up option for on-loan Manchester United ace Dean Henderson, who as proven himself so far this season and were able to seal a deal for Foderingham on a free transfer after his Ibrox departure.
Foderingham who recently bid an emotional farewell to Rangers supporters after spending five years in Glasgow where he made 143 appearance.
He stated: An incredible journey and an unforgettable five years. But now is the time to move on. All the best in the future. Once a Ger, always a Ger."
The 29-year-old stopper heads to Bramall Lane having played in the Europa League and cup finals from his time at Gers.
On his move, Foderingham stated: "I'm very happy to join, it's an exciting period after an incredible season back in the Premier League.
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