Dean Henderson ‘likes to leave Manchester United on loan’ in January to increase chances of Euro 2020 with England after failing to chase David De Gea as Old Trafford No 1
- Dean Henderson has struggled with playing time at Man United so far this season
- Goalkeeper has only played two Carabao Cup and one Champions League game
- He has not been able to take off David De Gea’s gloves after he signed a new deal
- Henderson is now reportedly excited about a new loan from Old Trafford
- The 23-year-old wants to make sure he is selected in the UK selection for Euro 2020
Dean Henderson ‘would like a move from Manchester United’ to compete for England No. 1 at Euro 2020.
The 23-year-old goalkeeper has struggled for playing time so far this season, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continuing to trust David De Gea after Henderson decided to stay at Old Trafford.
He made his senior England debut in the 3-0 friendly win over the Republic of Ireland at Wembley during the recent internationals.
Dean Henderson ‘is keen on another move’ away from Manchester United in January
The 23-year-old goalkeeper recently made his debut in England and wants to play in the Euro 2020 selection
But odds at United proved to be meager on the ground, with Henderson limited to two outings in the Carabao Cup and the 2-1 Champions League defeat away against Istanbul Basaksehir.
And, according to The Sun, Henderson wants to move another loan from Old Trafford in January to ensure he becomes Gareth Southgate’s squad next summer.
Premier League duo Leeds United and Brighton, plus Bournemouth hopeful championship promotion, have been linked with Henderson.
Henderson (right) has been unable to dislodge David de Gea (left) as United’s first choice
Henderson admits during Manchester United’s Champions League loss to Basaksehir
The stopper agreed to a new contract through 2025 after being first included in United’s first team in August.
But after making it clear that he had plans to become United’s No.1 at the time, Henderson has been largely frustrated.
Each loan out would be Henderson’s sixth since 2016. He has previously spent time on loan in Stockport County, Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town before having two successful spells with Sheffield United.