Anthony Elanga has been allowed to join Nottingham Forest after discussions between Erik ten Hag and football director John Murtough regarding his future at Manchester United.
Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds reached out to Manchester United goalkeeper Nathan Bishop after a collision in a match, offering support and reassurance.
Bishop collided with Wrexham striker Paul Mullen, who suffered a punctured lung during the game.
Wrexham co-owner Reynolds messaged Bishop to assure him that he was not to blame for the incident.
Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson expressed anger over the incident and the referee’s decision to show Bishop only a yellow card.
Former United goalkeeper Ben Foster also showed support to Bishop after the match, as did Reynolds, to ease the goalkeeper’s concerns about his role in the incident.
Ten Hag and Murtough had a discussion with Anthony Elanga in New Jersey, where they agreed that it was best for the Sweden international to move to Nottingham Forest for regular first-team football.
Elanga, who recognized that his playing time at United would be limited next season, will be transferred for an initial fee of £15 million.
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