Dean Henderson will look to leave Manchester United in the January transfer window, according to one former player. The England keeper finds himself in a familiar situation to last season and Luke Chadwick thinks he will move on in the winter transfer window. The 24-year-old looked set to leave last summer, but instead signed a new contract after “faith” was shown in him by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Dean Henderson tipped to leave Manchester United in January According to Caught Offside, Luke Chadwick was of the opinion that Dean Henderson will leave Manchester United in January. The former midfielder expected one of David de Gea or Henderson to leave over the summer. However, he believes that Henderson’s illness has likely pushed the exit back till January next year.
David De Ge looks set to start the season for Man Utd and that could lead to Dean Henderson's exit in the winter window Dean Henderson could look to leave Manchester United during the January transfer window, according to former United midfielder Luke Chadwick. Henderson earned the No.1 spot in the second half of the season.
Gary Neville hails Man United's transfer business so far but warns they must 'sort out' their goalkeeping situation as David de Gea and Dean Henderson both battle to be Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's No 1
Gary Neville says Manchester United will be in a good place when decide on No 1 David de Gea and Dean Henderson will compete to be first choice this season Neville also hailed the imminent signing of Real Madrid star Raphael Varane Henderson is a doubt for the start of the season after recently contracting covid
Manchester United are still eyeing a transfer deal for Atletico Madrid star Kieran Trippier. Manchester United will get a deal for Kieran Trippier ‘done’, it has been claimed. The Atletico Madrid star is on the Red Devils’ radar as the close of the transfer window edges closer.
Former Sheffield United keeper Dean Henderson misses Man Utd camp with 'prolonged fatigue' after contracting Covid-19
Former Sheffield United favourite Dean Henderson is to miss Manchester United’s pre-season training camp in Scotland as he continues to feel the effects of contractng Covid-19. The club say the goalkeeper tested positive for the virus three weeks ago but he has yet to fully recover. “Dean Henderson will miss Manchester United’s Scotland training camp while he continues his recovery from prolonged fatigue after contracting a COVID-19 infection three weeks ago,” Manchester United said in a short statement.
Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is set to miss the club’s training camp in Scotland. According to a statement issued by Manchester United (h/t Daily Mail), Dean Henderson will skip the pre-season training camp in Scotland as he continues his recovery from Covid-19. The Englishman contracted the virus three weeks ago and is yet to completely recover from it.
Manchester United keeper Dean Henderson will skip pre-season training camp in Scotland as he continues his recovery from Covid-19 three weeks after contracting virus... with club revealing England man is suffering from 'prolonged fatigue'
Man United's friendly vs Preston was called off after nine positive cases But players returned to training on Saturday after further testing gave all clear But Dean Henderson is still suffering from 'prolonged fatigue' from the virus The 24-year-old United goalkeeper tested positive for Covid three weeks ago Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson will miss the club's training camp in Scotland this week as he recovers from Covid-19.
Dean Henderson to miss Manchester United's Scottish training camp with "prolonged fatigue" from Covid-19
Dean Henderson will miss Manchester United's training camp in Scotland due to suffering "prolonged fatigue" from Covid-19. The 24-year-old goalkeeper tested positive for the virus three weeks ago but had been set to join up with the squad in Scotland today. However, a club statement released this afternoon announced: "Dean Henderson will miss Manchester United’s Scotland training camp while he continues his recovery from prolonged fatigue after contracting a COVID-19 infection three weeks ago.
Dean Henderson ruled OUT of Man Utd’s pre-season Scotland training camp after catching Covid three weeks ago
DEAN HENDERSON has been ruled out of Manchester United's training camp in Scotland this week after recently contracting COVID-19. The 24-year-old, who reported for pre-season training three weeks ago, tested positive later that week and is still feeling unwell. The keeper, who made 26 appearances last term, was forced to withdraw from England's Euro 2020 squad in June due to a hip problem.
Manchester United's pre-season plans were rocked last week after it was revealed a number of players and staff had tested positive for coronavirus Dean Henderson is set to miss Manchester United’s training camp in Scotland after Covid-19 left him with a bout of "prolonged fatigue".
Plus: Norwich City look to sign Brandon Williams with Aston Villa leading contenders for Axel Tuanzebe David De Gea seems likely to start the new Premier League season in goal for Manchester United after Dean Henderson suffered a bitter setback in his bid to become permanent No. 1 at Old Trafford.
Goalkeeper Dean Henderson will miss Manchester United’s training camp in Scotland due to the after-effects of contracting Covid-19. The 24-year-old was forced to withdraw from England’s Euro 2020 squad with a hip injury and although he has since recovered from that, contracting coronavirus last month has resulted in a minor set-back to his pre-season plans.
Dean Henderson could miss the start of the season for Man United as he is still suffering with symptoms of Covid-19. Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is still recovering from Covid-19. Henderson, 24, reported for pre-season training three weeks ago but is understood to have tested positive for Covid-19 later that week and missed the friendlies with Derby County, Queens Park Rangers and Brentford.
Manchester United reveal Cumbrian star Dean Henderson is recovering from Covid-19 Cumbrian goalkeeper Dean Henderson is recovering from Covid-19, Manchester United have revealed. The Old Trafford club confirmed the Whitehaven star is missing their training camp in Scotland after "recently" contracting the virus. Man Utd say the 24-year-old is "still feeling the effects of the virus" after initially testing positive a few weeks ago.