Manchester United has a lot of squads depth available which has made it difficult for some players to get game time this season.
Dean Henderson is one of those players expected to push for more game time at Manchester United and as things stand it will take a while to dethrone David de Gea from the Number one spot who is in form of his left at the moment.
The player is waiting to see the plans new manager Ralf Rangnick has for him after taking over on an interim basis and will welcome any decision made by the United bosses.
However, the Manchester club might be forced to loan him out in the January transfer window to get more game time as Ajax remains the preferred destination.
"Dean Henderson is still determined to establish himself as #mufc's number one goalkeeper but is prepared to leave to get regular playing time. Henderson has no issue if United decide to sell him but the club has not indicated their intention to do so #mulive "@samuelluckhurst
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