West London club, Chelsea will have to wait for the next two weeks to know their fate on the availability of Man United goalkeeper Dean Henderson, reports claim.
The Blues are reported to be in search of a new goalkeeper with reports that Frank Lampard has had enough of the mistakes by Kepa Arrizabalaga with fans also calling for his sale in the summer transfer window.
Chelsea are have identified Atletico Madrid goalkeeper Jan Oblak as their major target but he seems not to be available as the Spanish La Liga outfit are not willing to part ways with him anytime soon.
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The West London club will, therefore, be turning their attention to Dean Henderson who is having a good loan spell with Sheffield United. The best and quality of the goalkeeper was known after the restart of the Premier League and that has drawn attention from Chelsea.
However, to ensure his future is guaranteed with a first-team role, Dean Henderson seeks to sit with his real owners, Man United to have their words of a role over out-of-form David De Gea.
Should Man United fail to assure him, he will not be signing a new deal with the club and will force his move to the Stamford Bridge.