Manchester United goalkeeper is set to make a move elsewhere as he request for a meeting with the manager, MySportDab reports.
The England International has been growing tired of his position with the club despite all the assurance of regular playing time.
Dean Henderson could be leaving the club when the January window opens as he has requested for a meeting with Ralf Rangnick.
The goalkeeper has barely made any appearance over a long time for Manchester United this season.
Dean Henderson wants talks with boss Ralf Rangnick about his Manchester United future.
This is as a result of the goalkeeper time on the pitch after growing frustrated with his lack of game time, according to reports reaching us from the Mail.
Dean Henderson struggled for fitness after testing positive for Covid at the start of the season.
Although since recovering he has failed to dislodge David de Gea, who looks to have regained his best form and trust from the manager.
The 24-year-old, who regrets signing a new long-term deal in 2020, is unlikely to leave in January though as Rangnick prefers to have three senior goalkeepers in his squad.
This move might be happening this time but no telling if it will be a permanent one of just another loan move that would see him return to Old Trafford once again.
Dean Henderson is more concern of his chances of being England number one goalkeeper at next year World Cup which they already qualified for.
Manchester United are not looking to drop De Gea anytime soon as he has been able to keep up with a good work recently leaving them with no choice than to stick with him.
The number one is also fighting to be recalled by Spain which is likely to happen if he continues doing good with Henderson be the one paying the price of sitting on the bench.