Wes Brown reveals two players he wants to see at Manchester United next season

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Former Manchester United defender, Wes Brown, has said he’d love to see Jadon Sancho and Dean Henderson at the club next season.

United have made Sancho, 20, their primary transfer target this summer, but a disparity in valuations of the player has made a deal impossible for now.

Borussia Dortmund want at least, £108 million for the young Englishman, which the Red Devils consider too much.

The German club had given United until August 10 to seal a deal for Sancho, and failure to do so has promoted them to declare him no longer available this season.

But Wes Brown remains confident a deal is still possible, and has even said he’d like to see the winger play at Old Trafford next season.

He told Sky Sports: “We’ve got some young, exciting attacking players but Sancho would be another layer of the cake,’ he told Sky Sports.

“He’s exciting, he’s young, he can score goals and is good with assists. If they can get that done it would be perfect.

“United can always improve. The defence, midfield; the more competition going on all over the field, the better the team becomes.”

Dean Henderson is another player that is on Brown’s wishlist for United next season.

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The young goalkeeper has confirmed he will be staying at Old Trafford next season, but it isn’t clear if he will be allowed to feature regularly under Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, who has reiterated his love for David De Gea.

But Brown also believes the 23 year old can improve Solskjaer’s team, having impressed on loan at Sheffield United.

“I would bring Henderson back,” Brown continued.

“He was excellent at Sheffield United last season.

“All positions need competition and Henderson has proved he is more than capable of playing in the Premier League.

“Henderson will want to come back to Manchester United and prove to Solskjaer he should be number one.

“Competition is good for morale and will get both players playing at the top of their game.”