ARSENAL: FOSTER HAILS GABRIEL JESUS SIGNING

Veteran goalkeeper Ben Foster has hailed the signing of Gabriel Jesus at Arsenal this summer. While speaking on his YouTube channel, Ben Foster said the Brazilian striker would be a massive signing for the Gunners who were able to convince Manchester City to part with one of their attacking talent.

WEST BROM’S STANCE OVER LIKELY BEN FOSTER AGREEMENT BECOMES CLEARER

West Brom are not planning to offer a contract to goalkeeper Ben Foster, a report from The Birmingham Mail has revealed. Foster enjoyed a successful seven-year spell with the Baggies between 2011 and 2019, during which time he made 223 appearances in all competitions for the club. The goalkeeper then left to join Watford, and is now a free agent after leaving Vicarage Road following the expiry of his contract at the end of last season, when the Hornets were relegated from the Premier League.

FOSTER OPEN TO ARSENAL MOVE

Veteran Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster has welcomed a move to North London giants Arsenal this summer. The 39-year-old talked about a possible transfer to Arsenal on his podcast, The Fozcast.

FOSTER FEATURED IN DEFEAT AGAINST BURNLEY

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Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster was in the starting XI, but he could not help his team from suffering a devastating 2-1 home defeat to Burnley in their last Premier League game. Ben Foster was on course to secure his first clean sheet of the season at home in the league before he conceded twice in the last ten minutes.
Ben Foster is the first choice goalkeeper at Watford ahead of Austrian international Daniel Bachmann. Bachmann started the season as the first choice goalkeeper before he was overtaken by former Manchester United and West Brom shot stopper Foster.

FOSTER SAYS ANDERSON COULD HAVE BEEN BEST IN THE WORLD

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Foster has insisted that Red Devils flop Anderson could have been the 'best player in the world', but believes the enigmatic midfielder was held back because he 'didn't care about anything'.

FOSTER EARNS THIRD CLEAN SHEET

Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster earned only his third clean sheet of the current Premier League campaign after he kept the Manchester United strikers at bay during their recent clash on Saturday. Ben Foster impressed a great deal as him and his defence nullified the Manchester United attackers to record a valuable point in the fight for survival via a goalless draw.

RAMSDALE LABELLED WORLD CLASS BY FOSTER

Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster is certain that compatriot Aaron Ramsdale is already a world class goalkeeper. The Hornets shot stopper labelled Arsenal goalkeeper Ramsdale as world class in a chat with English media outlet 90min. According to Ben Foster, England international Ramsdale fits the profile of an ideal modern shot stopper.

Ben Foster has been impressed with the start made by 23-year-old Ramsdale following his transfer to Arsenal last summer. The transfer was heavily criticised, but his performances for the Gunners have gone a long way to silence those who criticised the transfer.

FOSTER OUT OFLEICESTER CLASH

Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster will miss the FA Cup third round tie with hosts Leicester Citydue to injury. Ben Foster has been out of action for some weeks as a result of a hip injury.

Foster has not played for Watfordsince the Manchester United game towards the end of November. He was in goal as Watford secured their best performance of the season till date thanks to the 4-1 win over his former team, Manchester United. Josh King and Ismaila Sarr scored as the Hornets raced into a two-goal lead at the end of the first half. Ben Foster conceded the Manchester United goal at the start of the second half with Dutchman Donny Van De Beek getting the goal five minutes into the second half having come on as a half-time substitute. Watford then scored twice late in the game through substitute Joao Pedro and Emmanuel Dennis to secure a memorable win against the Red Devils.

FOSTER RULED OUT TILL NEXT YEAR

Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster is unlikely to play again this year after he picked up a groin injuryin training ahead of the recent Premier League clash at Leicester City. Until the Leicester City game penultimate Saturday,Ben Foster had been a regular in the Watford goal since Italian tactician Claudio Ranieri became their new manager. Watford had turned to ex-Leicester City and Chelsea boss Ranieri after Xisco Munoz was sacked two months ago.

Since his injury, Ben Foster has now missed two games in the Premier League. He was absent for the Leicester City, Chelsea and Manchester City games.
Watford started the season with Austrian national team shot stopper Daniel Bachmann before Ben Foster displaced him as the number one goalkeeper for the Hornets. Bachmann has been in goal since Foster sustained the aforementioned groin problem.

FOSTER REVEALS PENALTY CHAT WITH SALAH

Experienced Watford shot stopper Ben Foster has revealed the penalty chat he had with in-form Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah when their teams met at Vicarage Road in the Premier League earlier this season.

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