Goalkeeper Dean Henderson is set for another loan move away from Manchester United.
There was speculation that the 23-year old would be recalled to Old Trafford this summer to assume the number one role at the club ahead of the next campaign. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has resisted the temptation and is set to stick with David de Gea between the sticks, with Sergio Romero as his back-up.
De Gea has come in for his fair share of criticism after a number of high-profile mistakes, with some commentators arguing he is past his best.
Solskjaer wants though to give him another chance to prove his quality.
Sheffield United are reported to be interested in bring back Henderson for a third loan spell at the club.
That is despite the fact that they have agreed a fee of £18.5 million with newly relegated Bournemouth to sign their goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
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