Dean Henderson Transfer to Nottingham Forest Awaits Green Light
Nottingham Forest’s Pursuit of Henderson
Nottingham Forest is reportedly making significant progress in their efforts to sign Dean Henderson on a permanent deal. The 26-year-old England international, who spent the last season on loan at the City Ground, made 20 appearances in all competitions before a thigh injury prematurely ended his season in January.
Henderson’s Contract Situation
Henderson’s contract with Manchester United runs until the summer of 2025, with the club having the option to extend it by a further year. According to transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, Nottingham Forest is in advanced talks to sign Henderson on a permanent deal. However, a final decision from Manchester United is pending until David de Gea signs a new deal.
Nottingham Forest are in advanced talks to sign Dean Henderson on a permanent deal — terms almost agreed also on the player side. 🔴🌳 #NFFC
De Gea’s contract expires this summer, and reports suggest that the Spanish goalkeeper has been offered a new deal on a smaller salary. However, nothing has been signed yet. Erik ten Hag, Manchester United’s manager, has not guaranteed De Gea the position of the club’s No.1 goalkeeper next season. This uncertainty leaves De Gea with a decision to make about his future at Old Trafford.
As the summer transfer window approaches, the potential move of Henderson to Nottingham Forest could significantly impact the football landscape. The coming weeks will be crucial in determining where the English goalkeeper will play next season.