Manchester United hires a goalie on a free agent

As part of their ongoing summer reshuffling of the position, Manchester United has acquired another goalkeeper to their ranks.

Kie Plumley, a young goalkeeper, has been acquired by Manchester United in their most recent reshuffling of the position.

The 20-year-old, who earned a lot of experience during loan stints at Oxford United before being released at the end of the previous season, now joins the team.

Plumley never played in a senior game for Oxford, but he was used as a substitute seven times during his stint with the League One team.

In addition, the longtime United supporter learned crucial lessons while on loan at lower league teams Weston-super-Mare and Beaconsfield.

Plumley has been included as one of the eligible U21 players on the team’s Premier League roster list and is anticipated to play a backup position for United’s young teams throughout the upcoming season.

Plumley’s position on the list is in no way a reflection of any senior activity during his time at the club; United has 56 young players who are eligible.

Following the release of David de Gea, the sale of Dean Henderson, and the additions of Andre Onana and Altay Bayindir, it has been a busy few months for United in the goalkeeper department. Young goalkeepers Nathan Bishop and Matej Kovar were also lost by United.



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