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Manchester United 'target reunion with Tom Heaton if they cannot prise Sam Johnstone back from West Brom' with Lee Grant to leave at end of after club's U-turn over one-year deal

Manchester United are reportedly looking into signing former player Tom Heaton if they cannot do a deal for another former employee, Sam Johnstone. The club are understood to be looking for a seasoned backup goalkeeper to offer cover and competition for David de Gea and Dean Henderson. According to the...
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Lee Grant stunned after Man Utd contract offer U-turn

Lee Grant is set to leave Manchester United at the end of the season. The Daily Mail says Grant expected to sign a 12-month extension but is now set to leave when his current deal runs out at the end of June. Although the 38-year-old keeper has only made two...
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Lee Grant hoping for new deal at Man Utd

Lee Grant would love to stay on at Manchester United beyond this season. The 38-year-old, who is out of contract this summer, is a valuable leadership presence at United despite his limited playing time. And speaking to talkSPORT, the veteran said his future rested in United's hands. He said: "For...
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Fans React As Manchester United Reserve Goalkeeper Lee Grant Acts As Fourth Official

Manchester United fans are loving the sight of their 38-year-old reserve goalkeeper Lee Grant holding up the subs board against Newcastle. As the likes of Juan Mata and 17-year-old Shola Shoretire were coming off the bench in Sunday's 3-1 win at Old Trafford - the latter for his senior Manchester United debut - a familiar face who is twice Shoretire's age was acting as the fourth official.
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Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer without his THREE assistants Michael Carrick, Mike Phelan and Kieran McKenna for Newcastle clash after his staff were hit by a Covid outbreak... with reserve keeper Lee Grant having to step in as goalkeeping coach

Manchester United were hit by a Covid outbreak before Sunday night’s victory over Newcastle at Old Trafford. The majority of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s coaching team were missing from the dugout after it emerged three staff had tested positive. Nicky Butt, head of first-team development, and academy coach Mark Dempsey were brought in to assist Solskjaer, while third-choice keeper Lee Grant stepped in as goalkeeping coach.
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Man Utd to offer Lee Grant new contract

Manchester United intend to offer Lee Grant a new contract. The Daily Star says Grant is in line for a shock new contract at Manchester United - despite not making a Premier League appearance for the club. The United third-choice keeper, 38, is seen as experienced cover at Old Trafford...
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'I saved one penalty out of 25!' Bruno Fernandes' penalty technique makes them 'almost impossible' to save in training, says third-choice Manchester United goalkeeper Lee Grant

Manchester United's back-up goalkeeper Lee Grant admits he finds it 'almost impossible' to save Bruno Fernandes' penalties in training due to his unusual technique. Third-choice keeper Grant, who last played for the first-team in November 2019, is behind David de Gea and Dean Henderson in the pecking order at Old Trafford but still trains with the squad every week.
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Lee Grant reveals all on Sean Dyche's attempts to axe 'poisonous' players from his Burnley squad in 2012 - with stars asked to write down number of unruly team-mates in drastic bid to rid 'toxic attitude' from Turf Moor

Lee Grant has lifted the lid on Sean Dyche's drastic attempts to rid 'poisonous' players from his Burnley squad shortly after taking over. The 38-year-old goalkeeper, who played at Turf Moor between 2010 and 2013, provided a fascinating insight into Dyche's methods to rid the dressing room of bad influences.
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Bruno Fernandes’ penalties ‘almost impossible’ to save due to controversial hopping technique, says Man Utd’s Lee Grant

MANCHESTER UNITED goalkeeper Lee Grant claims its 'almost impossible' to save Bruno Fernandes' penalties due to his hopping technique. The Portuguese star has been criticised for his stuttering run-up but has missed just once from the spot since joining United. In an interview with the Athletic, United's third-choice goalkeeper revealed...