Leeds & United andBrighton &Hove Albion are apparently checking out the possibility of taking Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson on loan from January.
Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is apparently a January loan target for Leeds United and Brighton & & Hove Albion.
The extremely-rated Englishman is currently second fiddle to David de Gea at Old Trafford and has been limited to appearances in the EFL Cup and one Champions League outing up until now this season.
The Red Devils are stated to see Henderson as a prepare for the future while De Gea maintains the top jersey, however with the Euros looming big, Henderson will not surprisingly be desperate for more game time to stake a claim for an England place.
According to The Sun, Leeds and Brighton are both keen to assist Henderson’s cause with a January loan swoop for the 23-year-old, although Sergio Romero‘s desire to leave Old Trafford is making complex matters.
The report also declares that Bournemouth hold an interest in Henderson, however the England international is intent on getting first-team action in the Premier League this season.
The Red Devils shot-stopper recently made his first England cap as he changed Nick Pope for the second half of England’s 3-0 friendly triumph over the Republic of Ireland earlier this month.