Juventus and Bayern Munich are interested in signing Manchester United youngster Dean Henderson, who is yet to make a single first-team appearance for the Red Devils and is currently on loan at Sheffield United where he has turned heads with a string of attracting performances in the Championship.
The 21-year-old goalkeeper signed a new two-year contract at Old Trafford last summer and Manchester club has the option to extend this deal for a further year, but many top European clubs are targeting the starlet.
According to ESPN, European giants duo are among those preparing moves for Dean Henderson. Local rivals Tottenham and Arsenal are also understood to be keen on the England Under-21 international.
However, Manchester United are determined to keep hold of Dean Henderson, with many inside the club confident that the keeper can take over from David De Gea in the future.
Dean Henderson was named in the PFA League One team of the season after a successful loan spell with Shrewsbury Town last season and has five caps for the England U21s team.
David De Gea is blocking Dean Henderson’s path to the first-team and the Englishman has vented his frustrations over a lack of opportunities with the Red Devils. ‘What can you prove without a chance?’ he tweeted back in December.
The Englishman is also considered as future No.1 for England national team. Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has occupied the spot but the Merseyside club’s number one has made some howlers and could lose his place to talented shot-stoppers like Dean Henderson.