Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson could leave the club on loan when the transfer window reopens next year as he bids to keep his place in the England squad ahead of the 2020 European Championship next summer.
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford is the first-choice goalkeeper in the England national team ahead of Dean Henderson and Burnley goalie Nick Pope.
Pickford has been very inconsistent for Everton since the start of last season and this has opened a window of opportunity for both Dean Henderson and Nick Pope. He was dropped for the Newcastle United game (ended in a 2-1 defeat) by Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti at the start of the month before being recalled for the 3-1 loss to Manchester United on Saturday afternoon.
Manchester United goalie Henderson will have to be playing regular first team football to have any chance of usurping Jordan Pickford as the first choice England goalie. The £100,000-per-week player is currently the back-up goalkeeper to David de Gea at Manchester United, but is now odds-on to move to another Premier League club in January – you can find the best betting sites in uk with mybettingsite.uk to see the latest odds, but currently Newcastles are favourites.
The 23-year-old shot stopper spent two years on loan at Sheffield United before returning to Old Trafford in the summer. Henderson signed a new long-term contract at Manchester United upon his return.
Dean Henderson initially joined the Blades on a season-long loan deal at the start of the 2018/19 campaign. His performances helped Sheffield United to secure Premier League promotion at the end of that campaign. The loan deal was extended for another season (2019/20 season). The Manchester United Academy graduate was one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League last season as the Blades were able to secure a spot in the top half of the table.
If he were to leave Manchester United on loan in January, the Blades would definitely be in the running for his signature. The club has not performed well this season without Dean Henderson. Sheffield United are last on the Premier League table with a solitary point from eight games.