Manchester United star likely to go out on loan, permanent move improbable 

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Manchester United star Dean Henderson is expected to go out on loan rather than a permanent switch as per the report in English outlet The Telegraph

After two productive seasons out on loan at Sheffield United, the former boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to keep the 25-year-old in his squad last summer with the promise of giving him a regular opportunity. 

However, the Norwegian boss failed to keep his promises, giving the shot-stopper only 13 Premier League games in two campaigns. With David De Gea being in the form of his life, it was hard for either the former boss or the interim boss Ralf Rangnick to drop the Spaniard from the starting line-up. 

Having grown frustrated due to lack of game time, the 25-year-old is likely to leave the club this summer. As per the report in The Telegraph, the Manchester United star could leave the club on loan rather than permanently. 

Fellow Premier League club Newcastle United are reportedly showing interest in signing the 25-year-old this summer. The goalkeeper will hold talks with the new manager Erik ten Hag in order to understand his role in the squad and the Englishman will not consider another season as a deputy to David De Gea. 

The report further claims that the Red Devils’ hierarchy might consider a permanent departure of Dean Henderson if they receive a significant offer. The record Premier League champions could ask for a fee of around £30 million for their keeper. 

Our View:

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decided to keep Dean Henderson in his squad after a disappointing couple of seasons from David De Gea. However, the Spaniard has found his form which resulted in the Englishman’s lack of game time. 

Following a stellar campaign this term from De Gea, it will be hard for the new boss Erik ten Hag to drop the 31-year-old from the starting eleven next season. So, cashing in on the Englishman would be a perfect outcome for the Red Devils. 

Manchester United are eyeing a squad overhaul in the summer and generating cash from the players’ sales will help the 52-year-old boss address multiple issues in his squad. 

The Dutchman will be inheriting a dysfunctional squad, given the Red Devils will be concluding this season with the lowest points tally in their Premier League history and also with the worst defensive record. So, Ten Hag will have to face a daunting task ahead. 

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