It was reported that Dean Henderson approached manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over his lack of playing time. It was also reported that United have slapped a €40 million price tag on the keeper.
It is understandable that United having a willingness to sell from a business standpoint, if they were to sell him they would get full profit because they produced Henderson and if they kept him they would not have to buy a keeper in the close future.
David de Gea is 30, and he does not seem to be in as good as form as previous campaigns. United have nearly given up the same amount of goals this season as compared to the whole of last season, only four goals separate the totals.
It could be good business if United were to sell de Gea to Spain and start Henderson, you have a keeper in Henderson who is only 23-years-old. They could have their future keeper for the next decade, or risking losing him to a Premier League rival. With the news that one keeper might possibly leave this summer, rivals have been keeping tabs on Henderson.
Henderson has appeared in 12 games in all competitions this season for United and has a total of 7 clean sheets. He looks likely to continue playing cups and Europe, barring any injuries of de Gea.
David de Gea has only 9 clean sheets in all competitions and has given up a total of 37 goals in 28 games. David de Gea is a legend at the club and has stuck with the team during some rough years.
It will be a tough decision for all involved, but it could be foolish if they were to let Henderson go to a rival and stick with an aging de Gea. What should United do, go with the future or continue with the legend? Comment below.