Dean Henderson, Manchester United goalie, emerges as target for Paris-Saint-Germain

Dean Henderson, Manchester United goalie, emerges as target for Paris-Saint-Germain

- Dean Henderson could be on his way to join Paris-Saint-Germain this summer

- The French club want to tempt Manchester United with big money deal

- Henderson is currently playing for Sheffield United on loan this season

Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson who currently plays for Sheffield United on loan has reportedly emerged as target for French giants Paris-Saint-Germain.

Already, Chelsea and Tottenham are planning for the signing of the 22-year-old goalkeeper before Paris-Saint-Germain joined the race.

There have been doubts over the future of Kepa Arrizabalaga at Chelsea in which the Blues are reported to be planning to bring in another goalkeeper who will challenge him.

The Red Devils are actually reported to be planning to bring Dean Henderson back to Old Trafford after the unimpressive performances of David De Dea this season in all competitions.

De Dea has been attacked by fans and pundits for his recent performances for Manchester United in which many want the Spaniard to be changed.

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But David De Gea has signed a new deal at Manchester United which will expire in the year 2023 before possible exit at Old Trafford.

Dean Henderson is seen as a long term replacement for David De Gea considering his age and brilliant games for Sheffield United this season.

Sheffield United are currently occupying fifth position on the Premier League standings with 39 points, while Manchester United occupy eight with 35 points.

Earlier, had reported how Manchester United new striker Odion Ighalo was reportedly banned from entering the Red Devils training ground over fears of coronavirus disease.

Virtually all the nations in the world are currently taking precautions against the deadly disease which emanated from China.

Odion Ighalo played in the Chinese League before Manchester United went for his signature and was signed for six-month deal as replacement for injured striker Marcus Rashford.

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