Henderson may be thinking about leaving the club with De Gea’s return to the starting lineup.
decided to place
David De Gea
in his starting lineup against Fulham, the speculations about
future have restarted, and big European clubs have started tracking the young goalkeeper’s moves and decisions to approach in the right situation.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer preferred the 30-year-old Spanish goalkeeper in their Tuesday clash in the Premier League in a situation that Dean Henderson had cleared out that he will leave theRed Devils
if he doesn’t become the team’s number one goalkeeper.
David De Gea, who also may be thinking about leaving the club, will probably start against Villarreal in the Europa League final too, which can make the England international’s future at the club more doubtful.
Dean Henderson was on the right path to prove himself as the Red Devils' first choice at the goal, but his poor performance in their 4-2 defeat against Liverpool may have been the reason behind sitting on the bench again.
Henderson, who has been trying so hard to prove himself as the club’s first choice, now sees a lot of big European clubs interested in him; clubs like Tottenham, Chelsea, Milan, and Dortmund have already shown interest, but with his multiple impressive performances in big matches it seemed like his position at the club has been improved, but now he seems to be exploring his options again at the end of the season.