Bayern Munich & Juventus scout Man Utd loanee Henderson

Bayern Munich & Juventus scout Man Utd loanee Henderson

Bayern Munich & Juventus scout Man Utd loanee Henderson

Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson has caught many eyes with his performances on loan at Sheffield United this season, as European heavyweights Bayern Munich and Juventus have been named among a host of sides interested in the 21-year-old shot-stopper.

The 21-year-old has impressed while on loan at Sheffield United, helping the Blades put together a push for automatic promotion, and that has alerted a number of top sides.

It is also being reported that Arsenal and Tottenham are tracking the United prospect as well as the Italian and German giants.

The Bramall Lane outfit boasts of the third-best defensive record in the competition, with 10 clean sheets to Henderson's name - three of which were bagged in his previous five appearances.

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Henderson, from Whitehaven in Cumbria, joined United from Carlisle as a 14-year-old.

Spurs' interest in Henderson does seem distant for now and it would have to be ramped up massively if they are serious about signing him, but he could be a star for the future worth investing in.

After Jadon Sancho's success at Borussia Dortmund, Bayern have started keeping tabs on English youngsters and made a series of bids for Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi in January.

Last summer, he penned down a new two year deal with Manchester United and the club has an option to extend it for one more year and it could come handy for United since it will be hard for them to convinc Dean to stay, given they already have De Gea and Romero in the department.

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