David De Gea or Dean Henderson ‘will be allowed to LEAVE this summer’ with Man United goalkeepers fighting it out to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s No 1
- Manchester United will allow either David de Gea or Dean Henderson to leave
- Battle to be first-choice goalkeeper has reportedly caused problems at the club
- United looking to bring in goalkeeper who wouldn’t mind being second choice
Manchester United are reportedly set to move either David de Gea or Dean Henderson on this summer.
The two goalkeepers have been in competition this season, with de Gea having made 22 Premier League appearances while Henderson has featured just three times.
According to The Sun, the battle between de Gea, 30, and Henderson, 23, has become a problem behind the scenes and United are eager for one of them to leave either permanently or on loan.
Manchester United are planning to sell either Dean Henderson (left) or David de Gea (right)
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to bring in a talented goalkeeper who wouldn’t be frustrated by being second choice.
De Gea has made over 400 appearances for United in almost a decade at the club but has made some high-profile errors in recent years, including against Everton earlier this month, when he was at fault for a goal scored by Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The battle between de Gea and Henderson has reportedly caused problems behind the scenes
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to bring in a new goalkeeper as second choice
Henderson, who had two loan spells at Sheffield United, is determined to play regularly for Solskjaer’s side, especially as he wants to earn further recognition for England, for whom he has one cap so far.
In a recent meeting Henderson was reportedly informed that only one of him and de Gea will still be at United next season.
De Gea’s contract runs until the summer of 2023, while Henderson has over four years remaining on his deal.
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