Following his impressive displays for Shrewsbury Town while on loan last season, Manchester United have offered 21-year-old England international Dean Henderson an improved contract extension deal, this is according to report.
After a six year spell at Carlisle United, Henderson joined the prestigious Man United academy when he was 14 – he was a regular for the U18 before he earned a call up to the senior team of Man United in the February of 2016.
Although he struggled to breakthrough the ranks of United to the senior team, he was sent to various loan spells to accelerate his development, with the last being a spell with Shrewbury Town where he impressed last season.
And now, the Daily Mail claim that the England U21 star has been offered a three year contract to stay put with United.
The netminder has attracted interest from various clubs including Fulham who are looking to sign him as a replacement for David Button. Stoke City are equally heavily linked with a move for the player as speculation of the future of Jack Butland continues go gather momentum.
Man United have a plethora of quality goalkeepers at the moment and it will be difficult for Henderson to displace any of the first team players. However, with David De Gea still heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid, You never know.