Dean Henderson may not be bought outright by Nottingham Forest, as the team is now interested in Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Matt Turner.
In the past season, Dean Henderson played for Nottingham Forest on loan and performed well until he suffered an injury. After the loan deal expired, the 1997-born player returned to Old Trafford. While Manchester United bid farewell to David de Gea, they spent £47 million to acquire Andre Onana as his replacement.
The Cameroonian goalkeeper will be Manchester United’s number one choice in the goalpost for the upcoming season. Dean Henderson doesn’t want to be a backup; he desires to leave to have more regular playing time. Nottingham Forest is said to be willing to buy the English player outright.
Nottingham Forest only wants to spend £18 to £20 million, but Manchester United demands at least £30 million for their star. According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Dean Henderson may not be purchased by Nottingham Forest, as the team is interested in Arsenal’s goalkeeper, Matt Turner.
Under the guidance of coach Steve Cooper, the team has identified the American goalkeeper as a new target in case Manchester United doesn’t lower the price for Dean Henderson. Also, according to Fabrizio Romano, Nottingham only intends to buy one more goalkeeper in the summer of 2023; they won’t acquire both Henderson and Turner.
Recently, there have been reports that Mikel Arteta wants to recruit David Raya from Brentford to create competition for Aaron Ramsdale. If they acquire the Spanish goalkeeper, Arsenal is ready to part ways with Turner. The Athletic reports that Arsenal is looking to get £6 million from the sale of the American goalkeeper.
There are also rumors that Nottingham Forest is interested in signing Manchester United’s winger, Anthony Elanga, in a deal worth £15 million.
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