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Dean Henderson has held talks with Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer over his future, according to reports. The 23-year-old has played the second violin to David de Gea this season and was left disturbed by Solskjaer breaking promises to start him in home wins over West Brom and Istanbul Basaksehir.
Solskjaer opted against starting the England international after United’s shock, and costly, defeat away to Basaksehir. Henderson was left fuming at the decision and told Solskjaer that he has plenty of experience.
While he is desperate to become the club’s No. 1, he is only willing to wait so long to usurp De Gea. And Henderson told Solskjaer he needs regular game time in order to stay, according to Manchester Evening News. Henderson is willing to leave on loan in January but recalling Sergio Romero could prove tricky for Solskjaer after he was left out of the Premier League and Champions League squads.