Beşiktaş target Anders Lindegaard has joined West Brom on a free transfer from Manchester United.
The Red Devils released a statement on their official website confirming the deal.
The Danish international keeper said: “Since moving to England I’ve been impressed with how well West Brom have done in the Premier League.
“I had a good chat with Tony Pulis – I must call him the ‘gaffer’ now – and he convinced me it would be a good move for me and the club. From there things moved very quickly. I was very keen to get it done so I can just concentrate on the thing that matters most, the football. I am very happy to join West Brom and hope I can make a big contribution this season.”
Lindegaard joined United in January 2011 during the Alex Ferguson era and made a total of 29 appearances for the Premier League giants.
The Black Eagles also missed out on the opportunity to sign fellow United keeper Victor Valdes despite reaching an agreement-in-principle with the Spanish international.
The Istanbul giants recently sold second choice keeper Cenk Gönen to Galatasaray and were expected to sign a replacement but will have to wait until the turn of the year now as the Turkish transfer window has come to an end.