Man United fans have flocked to Twitter this evening to heap praise on England U21 star Dean Henderson, with some even outing him as a potential replacement for David De Gea.
Henderson has been one of the standout players of this summer’s U21 European Championships, with the England shot-stopper pulling off some seriously good saves in the Three Lions’ match against France and their first half against Romania.
Without the United ‘keeper between the sticks, England could’ve effectively been knocked out of the competition already, thus Henderson deserves all the praise he’s been getting so far this tournament.
The youngster’s displays have definitely caught the eye of a number of United fans, with some even taking to social media to praise the goalkeeper for his performances.
Some fans have even stated that Henderson could easily replace De Gea should the Spaniard leave Old Trafford in the near future, with some even claiming that the club won’t need to buy anyone to fill the potential void left by De Gea seeing as they already have Henderson.
You can check out a number of these tweets down below. Given how he’s played, it’s definitely fair to say that Henderson is deserving of this praise!
— Paul Burton (@PaulBurton_15) June 21, 2019
If De Gea leaves United they’ve probably got a keeper like Dean Henderson ready to step up, made some great saves already in this game ?
— Brad wright (@BradWright100) June 21, 2019
Dean Henderson is actually so good. Is De Gea goes we don't need a replacement.
— J ?? (@UnitedJ_) June 21, 2019
Dean Henderson 3 good saves already! David de gea’s successor!
— Anish MartialFC (@dickhead9128) June 21, 2019
Don’t even care if De Gea leaves, Henderson is more than good enough #MUFC
— Luke (@LP2292) June 21, 2019
Henderson is actually a quality keeper could definitely be De Gea’s replacement
— Sonny (@AFCSonny_) June 21, 2019
Sell De Gea if he ain’t signing a contract by end of July and lets play this guy Dean Henderson #mufc
— ?? ???? ?? ??????? (@MarkJC_87) June 21, 2019
Dean Henderson has to be no.1 “when” De Gea leaves
— Nathan Goldie (@GoldieNathan) June 21, 2019