If claims by Alan Nixon is anything to go by then English Premier League club, Man United have already decided the fate of English goalkeeper Dean Henderson ahead of the coming season.
Dean Henderson spent last season on loan with Sheffield where he excelled and impressed. He is now on the radar of West London outfit, Chelsea for a transfer as he is being tipped to end his relationship with the Red Devils.
The 23-year-old is reported to have told his owners that he will not be staying at the club if he will not be guaranteed on a first-choice role ahead of Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea and that is most likely not going to happen.
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However, reports claim that the future of Dean Henderson has already been decided as Man United are hoping to keep him at the club without a promise of a first-team football.
The decision isn’t a favourable one for Dean Henderson as he only wishes to have a fresh start elsewhere but United will tempt him with a very lucrative new deal that will have him earn about £100,000 weekly.
However, a loan move for him is already being talked about by Man United as he will not remain at the Old Trafford as a second goalkeeper.