Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has admitted that he has some concerns over current back-up goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
Henderson, 23, joined United’s youth academy and after a string of successful loan-spells including two-years with Sheffield United, the English shot-stopper has gone on to force his way into the Reds’ first-team plans.
Having recently committed his long-term future to the club, Henderson looks all but set to take the reins over from number-one David De Gea.
However, United legend Neville is still refusing to get ‘carried away’ with Henderson’s potential and has admitted that it’s a very tough ask to become United’s long-term number-one.
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