Nottingham Forest is aggressively pursuing a transfer for Arsenal’s Matt Turner and re-signing Manchester United’s Dean Henderson

Arsenal has received an offer from Nottingham Forest, and the club is eager to recruit Matt Turner. 

The Premier League club was rumored to be interested in signing the USMNT goalkeeper this summer.

After last season’s loan stint with Forest concluded, Keylor Navas went back to PSG.

A week before the start of the Premier League season, they have stepped up their search for a new goalkeeper by making an offer on Turner from Arsenal.  

Once Dean Henderson is healthy, Forest would like to re-sign him on loan from Manchester United. 

Next year at the City Ground, the two would make for formidable rivals for the starting position.

For Cooper’s team, Henderson started the season in goal before being replaced by Navas in January due to ιnjury.

Both players are currently serving as backups for their respective clubs, therefore the starting position is up in the air.

Henderson has further competition after Man United allowed David de Gea goalkeeper leave for Real Madrid in the summer.

It’s possible that Turner’s time at the Emirates will come to an end this summer due to Arsenal’s pursuit of Brentford goalkeeper David Raya. 

Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville agree on biggest Manchester United takeover issue

Many people’s worst fears about the Manchester United takeover have come true.

It’s understandable that finalizing the saga will take some time. Despite Mike Ashley’s public desire to sell, it took months for the takeover of Newcastle to be finalized, as suggested by The 1958 in a recent interview.

Even though he is only one person, any serious buyer for United will have to negotiate with the entire Glazer family, all of whom have their own priorities and expectations for the deal. It is known that some club members are eager to sell their shares completely, while others prefer to stay put.They may not see eye to eye on much, but playing their cards close to the vest is one they can all seem to agree on. While on a preseason tour of the United States, Avram Glazer was asked by media in New Jersey about the status of the takeover.

Rio Ferdinand and Gary Neville, both former United players, agree that the “wall of silence” is the main problem. In a June interview with BBC Radio 5 Live, the latter clarified the situation: “Embarrassing… But that’s what they’ve always done—dragged everything out for their own benefit rather than the team’s.

Not updating Manchester United’s mιllιons of fans on the ownership transaction is unacceptable, but it is consistent with the way the club has been run for the past two decades.

This week, Ferdinand also expressed frustration with the lack of clarity by asking the board for further information. “The uncertainty surrounding the ownership isn’t good for Manchester United,” he said on talkSPORT.

It’s terrible for the supporter base. To my mind, that requires resolution. The current state of the fan base calls for decisive action from the new owners.

While the majority of fans are still on the ‘Glazers Out’ bandwagon, at least some of them would be persuaded otherwise if they were given more frequent information on the team’s operations by its owners. The Reds are currently in an uncertain position and have no idea what lies ahead.


A statement would be a relief for Erik ten Hag’s fanbase, potential buyers, and sellers. It’s the least we can do for them, to be honest.