Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson has reportedly asked the club to triple his wages as part of his new contract demands.

This is according to the report from the stables of popular English news outlet The Sun.

The Manchester United shot stopper has asked the Red Devils to triple his £25,000 weekly wages.

It was revealed that the Manchester United loanee wants £75,000 as his weekly wage, as the Red Devils try to sign him to a new contract before he leaves the club on loan this summer.

Dean Henderson spent last season on loan at newly promoted Premier League club Sheffield United and he impressed a great deal.

The Manchester United shot stopper was a key player for Sheffield United as the Blades secured promotion to the top flight of English football via a second-placed finish at the end of the regular season in the English Championship last season.

Sheffield United and champions Norwich City qualified automatically for Premier League football next season while Aston Villa also secured promotion via the playoffs.

Dean Henderson kept 21 clean sheets from the 46 league games played in the last campaign.

The goalkeeper is expected to return to Sheffield United for another loan spell as they campaign in the Premier League for the new season.


Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.