- Dean Henderson could be playing at Chelsea next season with the Blues targeting him
- Kepa Arrizabalaga has in recent months come under sharp criticism for error-prone performances
- Lampard is now looking to replace the Spaniard between the sticks with Dean Henderson
Chelsea are reportedly ready to lure Man United goalkeeper Dean Henderson to Stamford Bridge this summer.
Henderson has been in fine shape at Sheffield United where he is currently on loan from United.
His spectacular performances have seen the Blades stand a pole position of qualifying for European football after a dream debut in the top-flight.
Metro UK now reports the Blues are prepared to tempt the promising English shotstopper with a mouthwatering deal to move to London permanently or on loan.
The Stamford Bridge outfit is said to be looking to enquire about the asking price for the keeper this summer.
Frank Lampard has found it difficult to find the best out of first choice goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga who has been underwhelming with a series of errors this season.
Despite both Ajax's No.1 Andre Onana and Burnley's Nick Pope also being under consideration, it is the United star who Chelsea have shortlisted as their main target.
The Red Devils could, however, be reluctant to sell a future prospect to their rivals, leaving Chelsea with the option of taking him on loan.
However, the Frank Lampard-tutored side will have to contend with competition from Sheffield United who will be keen to have the future England No.1 longer should United decide to retain David de Gea between the sticks next season.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea boss Frank Lampard seems to have concluded plans to allow N'golo Kante to join Real Madrid in a bid to raise funds for summer target Kai Havertz.
The Blues already completed the signing of Ajax's Hakim Ziyech and RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner in a deal which cost them about £85 million.
And if they must splash any more money on incoming stars, they need to release a few of their stars to achieve such a goal.
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