Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag gives an update on the goalkeeper’s future
Dean Henderson has been at Man United for over 11 years yet turns 26 in Spring and the club have been ambivalent over his job.
Manchester United won’t pursue a choice on Dean Henderson’s future for the rest of his season-long credit with Nottingham Backwoods.
Henderson, 25, reprimanded former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for reneging on his promise to introduce him as No.1 goalkeeper in front of David de Gea, portraying the Norwegian’s treatment of him as “criminal”.
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The foundation graduate has not addressed manager Erik ten Hag, whom Henderson would not prepare under out of dread he would be kept from Woods. The United goalkeeping coach Richard Hartis has been in touch with Henderson this season.
Henderson is under agreement at United until 2025 yet the club are available to arranging another arrangement with De Gea, which would seem to show Henderson should leave forever.
In front of Woods’ first match at Old Trafford in quite a while, which Henderson is ineligible for, Ten Hag said of Henderson’s future: “No, I wouldn’t give that choice as of now. I think he is on a credit for one season. During the season, when the season is concluding, we will take a choice and that relies upon a great deal of variables. He is playing well at Nottingham Backwoods.”
Henderson has set out on six credits since he joined United as a student in 2011 and he has just played multiple times for his parent club.
Newcastle were keen on marking Henderson in the summer yet settled on Scratch Pope, who was accessible on a super durable arrangement. United were hesitant to sell Henderson and his wages are being shrouded in full by Backwoods.
De Gea is moving toward the last a half year of his agreement yet the club has the choice of an extra year. De Gea isn’t however popular as he might have been in past summers and he has framed his desire to use whatever is left of his profession at United.
With the European Title in Germany just year and a half away, Henderson would probably request a Premier League move in the summer to recover his position in the England squad.