You’ve got to feel sorry for Anders Lindegaard. Having spent years twiddling his thumbs on the Manchester United bench, a summer move to West Brom was meant to give him the chance to play some first-team football.
Instead, opportunities have proved equally scarce, with the continued form of the Baggies’ keeper Boaz Myhill having restricted Lindegaard to the familiar role of substitute.
It’s no surprise then that clubs are monitoring Lindegaard’s availability in January, with Championship giants Leeds having been linked with a move for the Danish international.
Still only 31, Lindegaard has only made one appearance for West Brom this season and the new Leeds manager Steve Evans has reputedly made the experienced keeper a top target for January. Watch him in action below.