Former Manchester United goalkeeper Jacob Carney has finally been allowed to be registered by Castellon, after joining them in September.

That’s according to El Periódico Mediterráneo, who cover the situation today and how the goalkeeper can finally play for his new club.

They explain that the English goalkeeper has finally resolved his ‘bureaucratic problems’ and is now allowed to be registered by the Spanish third division side.

He joined them on a free transfer from Manchester United in the summer bringing an end to a five year stay at Old Trafford after he arrived from Bury’s U18s in 2018.

He’s yet to feature in Spain, though, as bureaucratic problems, presumably around Brexit, had prevented the club from registering him as a player in their squad.

That’s now been solved, though, and he will be replacing fellow goalkeeper Alessio Salvato, who is leaving the club.

Indeed, there’s something of a dance of the goalkeepers going on as Carney comes in to replace Salvato, whose departure has forced bureaucratic problems Joan Salvà to drop to the reserve team as they’ve lost Charlie Pérez, who has left to join Real Unión.

Either way Carney, who ‘stands out for his great stature’ now has his chance to get his career back on track after leaving Manchester United in the summer.