Bournemouth have reportedly stepped up their interest in Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson after their promotion to the Premier League.
The past year has been a total waste of time for Henderson in terms of development.
At 25, Henderson is good to be sat on the bench every week, and United missed a trick not sending him on loan (even in January?). It’s no wonder that he has not been named in Gareth Southgate’s recent squad.
Henderson could change his status in the England squad if he secures a loan move, although we’ve also had reports that he could leave Old Trafford in a permanent deal this summer.
According to The Sun, Bournemouth are interested in the goalkeeper, with United willing to pay at least half of his £120,000-a-week wages.
There is interest from Fulham too.
Henderson has proved he is capable of playing at a high standard in a newly promoted Premier League side from his time at Sheffield United. It’s a shame he has been unable to get a look in at United this season.
Let us know in the comments section if you think United should keep hold of Henderson next season or is David de Gea too far ahead to be contested for a place in the team?