Goalkeeper Dean Bradley Henderson and Manchester United are in a crucial discussion regarding a new 5-year contract.

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Dean is a goalkeeper for Manchester United as of now and talks were going on since the last few weeks regarding Dean’s contract with them but they did not reach any final agreement yet. Manchester United has signed the contract with Dean in 2015 and extended the contract several times and they will try to secure their goalkeeper for long term agreement going forward. 

The future of this young footballer in Manchester United will become much clearer in the coming weeks. His astounding performance in Sheffield United has attracted many clubs like Chelsea, who are ready to pay a very large amount too. 

Manchester United and Dean are already in a discussion for a 5-year contract on a very lucrative offer. With this deal, Dean will become one of the highest-paid goalkeepers in Europe at just 23 age.

Goalkeeper Dean Bradley Henderson and Manchester United are in a crucial discussion regarding a new 5-year contract.

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With the recent advancement of career, Dean is putting a lot of pressure on the other goalkeepers of Manchester United, David de Gea for the No. 1 Jersey at Old Trafford. While playing for the Sheffield United Dean was able to keep 20 clean Sheets across the season and has received Championship Golden Gloves.

His performance was highly admired by Chelsea during that time. Chris Wilder is a huge fan of him while playing together for the season so Sheffield United is also hoping for the young goalkeeper. It is like a competition between multiple clubs for 1 goalkeeper.

Now, it is just a fortnight to reach a result on what Dean will choose as he is negotiating with Manchester United and other clubs.

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