David De Gea form this season has seen Dean Henderson demanding for a move as he barely gets playing time, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United have regained confidence in their number one goalkeeper which might see them lose their number two.
Dean Henderson is now requesting for a move elsewhere after seeing the club stand behind David de Gea following his heroics this season.
The England International want to secure a loan move which will give him more playing time as his future is on the line.
Chelsea almost signed Dean Henderson who was reported to be set to leave Manchester United after his loan with Sheffield two seasons ago.
Things didn’t work out as he signed an extension with the Old Trafford club with promises of him getting regular playing time that is now looking difficult to happen.
Second-choice Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson wants to be loaned out in January as he want to get regular playing time, according to claims reaching us from the Sun.
He had seemed on the brink of taking David De Gea’s job on a permanent basis before recent heroics have strengthened the Spaniard standing at Old Trafford since the start of the season.
Having been snubbed for the starting England spot at Euro 2020, Dean Henderson is eager to prove he can be a force between the posts.
A move elsewhere and regular playing time could see him achieve his goal ahead of FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Manchester United could lose the goalkeeper if he decides to make the loan move permanent as clubs are already showing interest in his services.
Other Premier League clubs are already monitoring his situation ahead of January transfer window which could see a loan move happen.
The Red Devils won’t be looking to make it with buy option as they are not interested in seeing him leave as David De Gea isn’t that young anymore.