12 - Ben Foster Profile
In July 2005 Manchester United completed the signing of Stoke City goalkeeper Ben Foster in a deal that could eventually be worth as much as £3million.
The Potters have received an initial down-payment of £1million for the 22-year-old who did not make an appearance for the Championship side.
However, that fee could treble depending on first-team and international appearances during his time at Old Trafford.
Foster moved to the Britannia Stadium from RC Warwick in 2002 and was loaned out to Kidderminster Harriers and Wrexham in 2004/05.
In August 2005, he joined Watford on loan for the rest of the season and played a big role in their promotion to the Barclays Premiership. He returned to Old Trafford in the summer and played for United on their South African tour, but after the arrival of Tomasz Kuszczak, was allowed to rejoin Watford for another year.
His first season in the Premiership saw Foster's reputation sky-rocket as he performed miracles for the Hornets (although he could not prevent their relegation) and made his international debut. He returned to Old Trafford in the summer of 2007 hoping to challenge for a first team place, though will have to be patient after suffering knee ligament damage.
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Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster admits he is becoming increasingly disheartened with life at Old Trafford.
Edwin Van der Sar has backed Manchester United team-mate Ben Foster to bounce back even stronger following his recent indifferent form.
Manchester United under-fire keeper Ben Foster has thanked Sir Alex Ferguson for sticking with him following his derby disaster.
Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster has been ruled out of the England squad for Wednesday's friendly against Holland.
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Ray Clemence has warned Ben Foster he must be playing regularly this season to be considered part of Fabio Capello's World Cup plans.
Ben Foster is crossing his fingers his body will stand the strain of trying to become a Manchester United regular and earning a World Cup spot.
Sir Alex Ferguson has reiterated his belief that goalkeeper Ben Foster will emerge as England's No.1.
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