Man United in talks to sell goalkeeper Henderson to Nottingham Forest permanently
Nottingham Forest are in advanced talks with Manchester United over signing Dean Henderson permanently.
United see selling Henderson as a way to raise funds for their summer rebuild and manager Erik ten Hag has sanctioned his departure.
As a result, a move away seems to be on the cards, with Forest leading the chase for the goalkeeper.
Henderson spent last season on loan at the City Ground where he certainly impressed as the club avoided relegation.
The England international managed 18 appearances for the club, conceding 31 goals in the process and keeping six clean sheets.
However his season came to an end in mid-January with a thigh injury bringing his campaign to an abrupt close.
But despite that limiting injury, Steve Cooper has seen enough to know that he wants to bring the shot-stopper in full-time.
Henderson started his career with Shrewsbury before joining Man United in 2018.
Since then he has made 29 appearances for the Red Devils, but has struggled to displace David de Gea as the club’s number one, leading to loan spells with Sheffield United and Forest.
It now seems that the 26-year-old will get his chance to make a home for himself in the hope of kicking on.