Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson has reportedly set his sights on a permanent exit from Old Trafford after seeing limited gametime under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The 24-year-old has made just one appearance since May for the Red Devils, which came in the side’s League Cup defeat against West Ham United in September.
It is believed that Henderson is concerned about his place in the England squad due to his current lack of gametime, with Jordan Pickford, Sam Johnstone and Nick Pope all number ones for their respective clubs.
According to 90min, Man United would be willing to let the goalkeeper leave on a long-term loan deal, but Henderson is reportedly unsure of the benefits another temporary move would offer.
Henderson is seemingly doubtful of his position with the Red Devils as current number one David De Gea is contracted at Old Trafford until at least 2023, and the Spanish goalkeeper is producing fine performances.
In total, Henderson has kept 13 clean sheets in 27 appearances for Man United’s senior side, after initially coming through the youth ranks at the club.