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.
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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