Kuszczak leaves Man Utd for Brighton
Tomasz Kuszczak has signed a two-year contract with Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion after his six-year tenure at Manchester United came to an end this summer, ESPN has reported.
The former Poland international mostly played second fiddle at Old Trafford, first behind Edwin van der Sar and later David de Gea, after the Spaniard was signed last summer to replace the retiring Dutchman. Kuszczak spent time last season on loan at Brighton’s Championship rivals Watford.
Kuszczak moved to United from West Bromwich Albion in 2007, having spent the 2006-07 season on loan at Old Trafford, with the deal becoming permanent at the end of that season. The 30-year-old joined West Brom in 2004 and made 34 appearances for the Baggies before his switch to United. While in Manchester Kuszczak featured on a further 61 occasions, and played 13 games during his brief spell at Watford between February and May 2012.
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