the goalkeeper for England, has signed a five-year contract to play for Crystal Palace after leaving Manchester United.
The 26-year-old was a substitute in United’s triumph against Nottingham Forest on Saturday, and Palace has paid £15m plus £5m in add-ons to get his services.
Matt Turner, who spent last season on loan at Forest, was officially signed this month from Arsenal.
As they say, “There’s something being built here and I really want to be a part of it.”
Henderson joins Jefferson Lerma (a Colombian midfielder) and Matheus Franca (a Brazilian attacker) as Palace’s three major signings of the summer.
He went on to say that the team was supported by passionate fans and featured several talented players who were eager to win.
“I’m thrilled and excited beyond words to be here. I’m really excited to get going!