The 25-year-old is heavily linked with a move away from the record Premier League champions this summer after getting frustrated with the lack of game time at the Old Trafford stadium.
After a productive loan spell at Sheffield United, the former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer opted to keep the Englishman in the squad to maintain the competition. However, the 25-year-old hardly got any chances to showcase his talent due to brilliant performances from David De Gea.
Meanwhile, Dean Henderson is now desperate to find his future elsewhere where he can play regularly and the Magpies are reportedly ready to offer him that.
According to the report, Henderson is only willing to join the St. James’ Park on a season-long loan with the hope of becoming number one at Manchester United following the departure of David De Gea.
Eddie Howe’s side are ready to offer Karl Darlow to Manchester United as part of securing a deal for the 25-year-old. And the Red Devils’ new boss Erik ten Hag could accept this offer, given he will require a backup shot-stopper should Henderson leave the club.
Manchester United will be looking for a squad overhaul this summer and in order to address all the issues in the squad, they need to generate funds from players’ sales.
The Englishman is one of the most saleable options that the Red Devils have at the moment. So, rather than letting him go out on loan, the club’s hierarchy should cash in on the 25-year-old.
Dean Henderson was kept in the squad following a disappointing few campaigns from David De Gea. However, the Spanish shot-stopper has returned to his best this season. So, selling the Englishman will be a shrewd decision.
Manchester United are reportedly looking for a new midfielder, defender, fullback and a backup striker. The Red Devils’ hierarchy will have to act quickly in order to sign all the transfer targets before the start of the next season.