By , December 22, 2021 8:00 am

Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson wants more first team football and he has set his sights on leaving the Old Trafford outfit ahead of the January transfer window. This is according to the report from respected Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano who said that the Carlisle United Academy graduate has always been respectful and professional.



Transfer news guru Romano gave a transfer update on Carlisle United Academy graduate Henderson via his official Twitter handle as he said that England international shot stopper wants to leave Manchester United either during the January transfer window which starts in a matter of a few weeks or when next summer’s transfer window comes around.

Former Carlisle United Academy star Henderson impressed while he was at Sheffield United on two successive one-year loan deal from Manchester United before returning to his parent club to stake a claim for the number one jersey alongside Spanish shot stopper David De Gea. In his first year with the Blades, he helped the club secure promotion to the Premier League before playing an equally prominent role as the club sealed a top-half finish in their first season back in the Premier League.

Henderson signed a lucrative new contract said to be worth around £100,000 when he returned to the Theatre of Dreams from his loan spell at Sheffield United and he was briefly the first choice goalkeeper at the club ahead of De Gea for some months before then manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recalled the Spaniard back into the starting XI.

On the reported interest of Dutch champions Ajax Amsterdam in Henderson, Italian media personnel Fabrizio Romano said that there are no ongoing discussionsinvolving the goalkeeper.

24-year-old Henderson has also been linked with Premier League teams such as Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur as he continues to be touted for a loan exit or permanent exit at Manchester United.

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