Dean Henderson Hope to displace David De Gea very Soon
Manchester United and England goalkeeper Dean Henderson has said he is “going to put the pressure on” David de Gea for Manchester United’s goalkeeper jersey. The 23-year-old who has impressed while on loan at Sheffield United for the last two seasons, last week extended his contract at Old Trafford to 2025, he however pen down one more loan contract with Sheffiled United.
Spain and Manchester United number 1 David De Gea who has been first-choice since joining in 2011 but recent errors has put his position under pressure. According to Henderson, he said: “It’s something I’ve always wanted. I’m so close now so I’m not going to give up.” “I respect David. He’s been a phenomenal servant for the football club.
He also said: “That’s something I aspire to be, to have a career like him at the club – so I’ll be going back in on the first day of pre-season working my socks off to get in that starting line-up.” Henderson has been with Manchester United since the age of 14 and received his first England call-up in October 2019. Gareth Southgate named him in his squad for the Nations League games against Iceland which comes up on Saturday and Denmark three days later, and Henderson wants to challenge Jordan Pickford and Nick Pope for the England job.
Speaking onnthe competition he said: “I’m working hard every single day to do what I can do to class as Gareth’s number one – but I know I’ve got to get past two very good goalkeepers.”
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