Man Utd keeper Henderson wanted by Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham and 'will seek transfer if he's not given No1 spot'

MANCHESTER UNITED goalkeeper Dean Henderson is reportedly attracting the interest of Tottenham, Chelsea and West Ham.

The rising star is ready to leave Old Trafford if he is not given the No1 jersey at Old Trafford.

The Manchester Evening News reports Henderson is frustrated by his lack of football at United.

The shot stopper is not prepared to sit on the bench in the Premier League next season and this has alerted a number of clubs about a potential move.

The 23-year-old has only made three league appearances for the Red Devils this season.

Henderson has been used regularly in the domestic cups and he also started in United's win over Real Sociedad last week in the Europa League.

David De Gea has been first choice in United's league matches and this has left England prospect Henderson frustrated.

Henderson was in superb form last season for Sheffield United and returned to Old Trafford hoping to feature regularly.

But it appears United will make a decision over the goalkeeping situation at the end of the season.


It is unclear whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will stick with De Gea or put his faith in Henderson to establish himself as the No1.

Henderson has made 12 appearances for United this season, keeping a clean sheet in six matches.

The highly-rated goalkeeper is contracted until 2025 and would command a significant transfer fee if he decided to leave the club.

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