Manchester United set £40m asking price for star wanted by big six rivals

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Manchester United have reportedly set an asking price of around £40million for promising young goalkeeper Dean Henderson.

The highly-rated 23-year-old is bound to be the subject of plenty of speculation at the moment after impressing on loan at Sheffield United but struggling to get a look-in back at Old Trafford this season.

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David de Gea has not been at his best for some time now but remains United’s number one, and Henderson has been linked as a target for Tottenham by Sky Sports.

Now the Daily Express add that Man Utd could be prepared to let Henderson go for around £40million this summer.

Spurs would do well to bring in an upgrade on an over-the-hill Hugo Lloris, and Henderson seems ideal as a long-term replacement.

Red Devils fans may be concerned, however, about letting a promising academy graduate leave for one of their big six rivals in the Premier League.

It would surely now make more sense to take a bit of a gamble and promote Henderson to first choice ahead of the unconvincing De Gea, even if the Spaniard is a club legend at Old Trafford.

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    1. Salako, you are absolutely right. Henderson at 22 is already better than De Gea and still has many years in which to improve and become the No. 1 GK in the world. I would rather Man U keep him and sell the Spaniard.

  1. Henderson should stay as united will regret for his sale.They should also bring in Jack grealish and Halaad to compete for the title

  2. This GK should not be sold as David is ageing, keep him otherwise we will regret for letting him leave

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