According to Daily Record via Metro, Manchester United will consider selling David de Gea and Dean Henderson this summer and signing a new first-choice goalkeeper for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
De Gea is Manchester United’s current no.1 and he has been at the club for almost a decade since joining from Atletico Madrid.
The Spaniard has been voted the PFA goalkeeper of the year five times since his move to the Premier League, but his form in recent seasons has raised eyebrows and led to speculation that Henderson will soon replace him as Man United’s number one.
Henderson impressed while on loan at Sheffield United but has been forced to play backup to De Gea since his return to the club.
The next few weeks could be crucial for De Gea and Henderson as Solskjaer considers his first-choice goalkeeper for next season, but the Daily Record say Manchester United could yet sign a new shot-stopper in this summer’s transfer window.
Manchester United reportedly expect to receive a large fee for Henderson but are concerned De Gea’s wages could discourage potential suitors.
Is this a right move by the club?