Dean Henderson would welcome a permanent move away from Manchester United this summer.
At one point last season, the United academy graduate looked like kicking on and rivalling David De Gea for the side’s number one jersey.
However, after gradually falling back out of favour and then seeing former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer dismissed, the English shot-stopper, now working under interim manager Ralf Rangnick, finds himself back at square one.
Although remaining patient and looking to capitalise on any first-team opportunities he is handed, Henderson is growing increasingly more frustrated and is now actively looking to leave the club.
Close club sources have confirmed to Stretty News that conversations over the goalkeeper’s future have already taken place, with as many as six Premier League clubs, including Newcastle United, registering their interest.
Interest in Henderson is not exclusive to England’s top-flight though, with clubs from abroad also keen to offer the 25-year-old a route out of Old Trafford.
Despite the keeper’s willingness to depart this summer, a glimmer of hope could be offered should Ajax manager Erik ten Hag be appointed as the Red Devils’ next permanent manager.
Last summer saw ten Hag’s Ajax attempt to sign Henderson and although a move failed to materialise, sources have confirmed that the Dutch tactician remains a big fan of the England international.