England under-21 international Dean Henderson has acknowledged that he is unsure about his Manchester United future. The shot-stopper spent the previous campaign on loan with Sheffield United in the Championship where he was hugely impressive with a tally of 21 clean sheets from 46 appearances.
Despite this, he continues to remain out of contention for the Red Devils with the likes of David de Gea and Sergio Romero in the club’s ranks and speaking to Goal.com, Henderson has acknowledged that he has no idea regarding his club future, he said: “Who knows where I will be next season? It was something that you wouldn't have dreamt of when you went there and we were delighted to get over the line and get the promotion that everyone wanted. It has been fantastic. It has been a long time for them outside the Premier League and to get that football club back to where it belongs was a real special moment for myself.”
Henderson played a fundamental role in the Blades making the return to the Premier League after more than a decadee and it remains to be seen whether the newly-promoted outfit would make an attempt to pursue him from United. Henderson currently has 12 months remaining on his current deal with the Red Devils but the club have the option of extending his stay for another year.
As such, United don’t face the immediate pressure of sanctioning his sale, although they may be tempted to listen to offers from interested clubs. Henderson has not made a single appearance for United to date and most of his gametime has come from four separate loan stints. Among those, he has made progress with the step from National League North to the Championship and he could now get the opportunity to impress in the Premier League.