Manchester United have rejected goalkeeper Dean Henderson’s transfer request, while forward Jesse Lingard is willing to wait until the end of the season before deciding on his future club
Ralf Rangnick, United’s manager, said that he informed an uneasy Henderson that he should stay until the summer.
‘He asked me a few of weeks ago [whether he could go], but I told him I’d want him to stay until the end of the season,’ Rangnick told talkSPORT.
‘We are quite delighted with our goalkeepers, but if it were up to me, I would rather he did not go.’
Henderson is under contract with Manchester United until 2025 and is willing to leave the club permanently in quest of regular play.
David de Gea has restored his status as the club’s No. 1 following an incredible turnaround in form, starting every Premier League match and five of the club’s six Champions League group stage games this season.
Tottenham are keeping an eye on Henderson’s status in preparation for a summer move as Hugo Lloris near the conclusion of his contract.
Tottenham have enquired about Lingard’s availability for the summer, although he is now leaning towards a transfer overseas as a free agent.