Sheffield United may not get the chance of signing Dean Henderson on a permanent basis, according to reports in the UK. It is believed Manchester United are keen to keep hold of him in order to provide some competition for David De Gea.
The Red Devils’ current reserve goalkeeper Sergio Romero has been a solid backup but it is felt that the Argentinian international has a knee issue which has prevented him from making him a contender to be number one.
Henderson, in contrast, is ten years younger than Romero and has rarely had injury problems. United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be keen for the shot-stopper to come back to Old Trafford next season in order to take another look at him.
The Blades would be very interested in signing the England Under 21 international after some stellar performances this campaign. He has conceded just 18 goals and kept seven clean sheets in 20 league games since re-joining the club on loan in the summer.