According to reports from official Manchester United's page, 25 year old England international and Manchester United star goalkeeper Dean Henderson has officially left the 20 times premier league champions to join league rivals and newcomers Nottingham Forest on a season long loan deal.
The premier league new rivals will reportedly cover the Englishman's £110k weekly wages during the 2022/23 campaign but does not have an option to buy Henderson and will also not be able to play against United in the Premier League.
The United number 2 had been in demand this summer with Newcastle United also considering a move. However, newly-promoted Forest was the one to reach an agreement with United and the deal was finally confirmed today.
The 25 year old now joins Forest as a direct replacement for their first choice keeper Brice Samba, who has told them he will not sign a new contract with the club and wants to leave this summer. While previous loan moves allowed Henderson to compete for a place in Manchester United's first team, David De Gea has kept the gloves for the majority of the time, and Henderson is now ready to return to first-team football.
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