Manchester United loanee Dean Henderson will not feature for Sheffield United Kingdom when Premier League actions return this weekend.
Club football is back after the last round of international break during the week, and Solskjaer’s side will come up against the new Premier League side on Saturday.
Unfortunately for Sheffield United, first-choice goaltender Henderson is unavailable for selection as he is ineligible to feather against his parent club.
According to one of the English FA rules, a player sent on a loan deal can’t play against his parent club whenever both sides tackle each other.
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Henderson has conceded just nine league goals this season and his presence will be largely missed by Sheffield United who are fifth on the log.
The England international is being backed by Manchester United fans as the best man to replace inconsistent David de Gea in the nearest future.
Meanwhile, Sheffield are reportedly seeking a way to making him stay with them on a permanent deal. Their first approach was turned down by the Red Devils last summer, but they are expected to make another move next year.
Solskjaer’s men will hope to record maximum points on Saturday as that will be enough to take them to the fifth or sixth position, depending on Arsenal’s result against Southampton.