Three European clubs are ready to fight for Sheffield United shot stopper Dean Henderson this summer especially if the English goalkeeper becomes available.
Dean Henderson is on loan at Sheffield United from Premier League giants Manchester United and he has posted a lot of impressive performances in the colours of the Blades this season.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper also spent last season on loan at Sheffield United as the Blades returned to the Premier League after a long time.
Dean Henderson was instrumental to their promotion to the Premier League from the English Championship at the end of the last campaign and he has been a key performer for the Blades this season.
No Premier League goalkeeper has kept more clean sheets than Dean Henderson (9) this season.
He has been able to propel the Blades to fifth position on the league table with his impressive performances in goal.
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According to the Daily Mail, French champions Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur are interested in the Manchester United loanee.
First choice PSG goalkeeper Keylor Navas is gradually entering the twilight of his career and Dean Henderson could be his replacement at the Parc des Princes.
Dean Henderson has always maintained that his dream is to play for Manchester United but his path has been blocked by both David De Gea and Sergio Romero.
De Gea and Romero are the first choice and second choice shot-stoppers at Manchester United and they are seasoned internationals.
Dean Henderson’s transfer fee could be out of reach for Sheffield United according to manager Chris Wilder.
According to him, it would take a lot of money to sign Dean Henderson.
Sheffield United recently broke their transfer record with the signing of Sander Berge from Club Brugge last month.
Dean Henderson is on course to make the England squad for the upcoming European Championships this summer.