Manchester United captain Harry Maguire sent a welcome message to the club’s newest signing, Jack Butland, on Friday.
Manchester United had earlier on Friday morning announced the signing of Butland from Premier League rivals Crystal Palace,
The 29-year-old shot stopper from England came on a six-month rental basis with the Red Devils.
Man United manager Erik ten Hag was eager to provide reinforcement for goalkeeper David de Gea after Martin Dubravka was recalled from his loan spell by Newcastle United.
Butland did not play for Crystal Palace this season, but will join Ten Hag’s goalkeeper group.
In a tweet via his Twitter handle, Butland wrote after completing his move to Old Trafford: “Massive club. Huge opportunity. I can’t wait to get started.”
And in response to Butland’s tweet, Maguire welcomed the goalkeeper to Man United as he replied: “Welcome mate (handshake).”