According to the Mirror, Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson could be leaving the club this summer. The 21-year-old has yet to make his first-team debut for the Red Devils and might be on the way out before he gets a chance to.
Henderson has spent the season on loan with League One side Shrewsbury Town, making 32 appearances, conceding 23 goals and keeping 13 clean sheets. His form in the third tier has led to interest from the likes of Arsenal and Championship side Aston Villa, which could mean a bidding way this summer.
The England u21 international is keen to leave Manchester due to the lack of opportunities, but United are still hoping they can tie him down to a new deal. Henderson career risks stalling if he can’t get minutes at senior level, and the calibre of competition between the sticks means he’s unlikely to get a sniff.
The Red Devils have David De Gea and Sergio Romero as their first and second-choice goalkeepers, two players who have played for other European giants elsewhere and represented their country on the international stage. Henderson is quite some way from dethroning either, so he may be better off seeking greener pastures elsewhere.
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