Manchester United is always rich of good players in each and every department of the pitch. This normally make the club to either sell or loan some of their players who are not guaranteed game time during the campaign.
In the current Manchester United squad it is always very hard to unsettled the current number one goalkeeper David De Gea. The Spanish international has been performing to his best, this has made it had to be dropped for another goalkeeper.
During the season before the previous seasons, De Gea had a poor season to forget. This made the club fans to call for him to be dropped and replaced by Manchester United academy graduate Dean Henderson. By then, Henderson was performing well while on loan at Sheffield United. On his return to the club, de Gea regain himself and it was hard to drop him.
Henderson finished last season as United number two in the goal. Henderson wants more game time and Manchester United have decided to loan him to Nottingham Forest for one season. There is no option to buy at the end of the loan period.
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