Watford completed the signing of Ben Foster from West Brom on a two-year deal while also adding Sweden global Ken Sema. The 35-year-old is expected to seal a £3 million move to Watford, where he spent two seasons on loan earlier in his career, now that the Johnstone deal is completed.
In addition, they face competition with West Ham and Premier League new boys Fulham, as well as Bundesliga outfit Borussia Monchengladbach, having been credited with an interest in the 25-year-old.
Johnstone's arrival could hasten the departure of another ex-United goalkeeper, Ben Foster.
West Bromwich Albion were relegated from the English Premier League and they will play in the Championship, which is the second division in the English football league system.
Foster and team-mate Craig Dawson refused to attend West Brom's training camp at the Amendoeira Resort in Portugal last week.
The club also announced the sale of goalkeeper Sam Johnstone to West Brom. I've played Championship games and won a promotion from League One with Preston but always seemed to end up back at Manchester United or going somewhere else.
Darren Moore, who has been appointed as West Bromwich Albion's permanent manager at The Hawthorns has managed to make Sam Johnstone his first signing at the club.
Finch rises to the top of T20I rankings
Among the bowlers, legspinners Rashid Khan and Shadab Khan retained the top two positions but there were movements down the table. Australia and Pakistan had already qualified for Sunday's final after both won three matches each. "He's been brilliant.
Beryl dissipates after Dominica, easing threat to others
The storm was centered about 160 miles south of Cape Hatteras with maximum sustained winds near 45 miles per hour as of 11 a.m. Tropical Storm Beryl is moving rapidly westward toward the Lesser Antilles at the eastern entrance of the Caribbean Sea.
Vettel wins British Grand Prix ahead of Hamilton
That was no comfort to Hamilton, who quickly worked his way through the back-runners as he posted the fastest lap times. Bottas, still on medium tires, was soon struggling, and Ferrari was celebrating when Raikkonen went past to go third.
England have the edge over Croatia, says Hamann
On Wednesday, it will be Croatia and England's turn, and both teams will appreciate what a massive opportunity this is for them. Cheryshev's four goals are tied with Belgium's Romelu Lukaku and Cristian Ronaldo for the second-most at the tournament.