Dean Henderson ready to push for permanent sale of Man Utd


Manchester United have told Dean Henderson that they will allow him to go out on loan until 2023 – but the player would rather leave on a permanent contract.

Henderson and David De Gea had fought to become United’s first-choice goalkeeper last season, but the English national team player has only started once – to get into the EFL Cup – since May.

The 24-year-old has become increasingly frustrated since the start of the season and is worried about his Three Lions place.

Gareth Southgate would love to be able to hire Henderson in the long run, but his fight for a-team football will make it difficult for him to keep his place in the squad – something that the English manager has commented on before.

Henderson has spoken to United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer about his future and he can give no guarantees to him – but he has confirmed to him that the club will allow him to leave on a long-term loan, given that they have him under contract until 2025 .

90min understands, however, that Henderson is unsure of the benefits of a long-term loan and would rather secure a permanent move, as there is no indication that the club is ready to move on from current number one De Gea.

De Gea is under contract with United until 2023, and once again shows the kind of form that persuaded the club to make him the highest paid player.

90min understands that De Gea’s representatives have been contacted by the club for an extension – they do not want to lose him for nothing as he has proven himself again as a key player for the club.

De Gea himself is believed to be very happy with life in Manchester and is ready to invest the rest of his career in the Red Devils if the opportunity arises.

Henderson is now looking at a possible move in January. A number of clubs, including Newcastle, are keen to land him.

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