Nottingham Forest want to keep Dean Henderson and will look to agree terms with Manchester United over a permanent deal this summer.
According to the Manchester Evening News, Henderson was informed of Forest’s intentions to keep him after they secured their place in the Premier League with a 1-0 win against Arsenal on Saturday.
It is also suggested that Forest are prepared to do a deal for up to £30 million for Henderson, 26, even though it doesn’t sound like he has a future at Old Trafford.
The goalkeeper has been sidelined with injury since January 14 and has been ruled out until early August.
With David de Gea set to sign a new contract, I would find it hard to believe that Henderson wants to return to the United. He doesn’t want to play second fiddle and he’s guaranteed the No 1 role at Forest.
Henderson is under contract at Old Trafford until 2025. The club would be crazy to turn down £30m for his signature.
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