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West Bromwich Albion confirmed yesterday that they are to allow goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak to make his loan spell at Manchester United permanent.

The club has yet to release exact details and the monetary terms of the transfer but it is understood the 25-year-old Poland international will be officially allowed to sign up at Old Trafford on July 1.

Kuszczak joined Sir Alex Ferguson's side on loan for the majority of last season and made 13 appearances in all for United, six of them in the Premier League.

The Pole, who has been capped by his country four times, played 31 league games for Albion and four cup matches. He joined the Baggies in July 2004 on a free transfer from German side Hertha Berlin.

Albion chairman Jeremy Peace said: "We can confirm the sale of Tomasz following his loan deal to Manchester United. Exact details of the transfer will be announced in July but we wish him well."
 

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Good player, excellent potential but I don't feel he'll fulfil it for some reason. Anyways, that's our 4th signing, does that means they'll be another summer without a big-name striker?
 

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it was announced last season that the loan move would be made a permanent one on the completion....hes decent while in goal...but he is very suspect during setpieces....should be able to warm the bench and play a few cup games till foster is back....not manutd quality though...he's more like the carrolls and the howards....
 
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This was expected, so at least he's here to stay especially after Foster's injury.
 
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