After failing to secure the starting position at Old Trafford, the England goalkeeper, Dean Henderson is currently on loan at Nottingham Forest. He is no longer Forest's top choice after Steve Cooper made a bid for Keylor Navas in January. Thus, Henderson will return to United at the conclusion of the season, and even though United is seeking a new goalkeeper themselves, if the 26-year-old doesn't blow Erik ten Hag's socks off as he imagined he would have done last summer, the former Sheffield United loanee will be on his way again.
Tottenham has expressed interest in Henderson as well as they look for a long-term replacement for Hugo Lloris. Spurs' interest is an advantage for United because, according to the source, it might convince Daniel Levy to be more open to discussions about a transfer for Harry Kane. Levy's valuation of the England striker at £100 million, however, is unlikely to be considerably lowered.