Football pundit Matt Murray has been sharing his thoughts on Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson and his future at the club.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, Murray was asked if he thinks Henderson made the right decision to stay at the Manchester club this season after spending the previous season on loan at Sheffield United.
He said: “Yeah, I think all in all, as long as he gets enough game time to keep [him] in the England squad and it’s a fair fight with [David] De Gea, then I think he has made the right decision.”
In the 2019/20 season, Henderson earned himself a respectable season rating of 6.72/10 for his performances in the 36 league appearances he made for Chris Wilder’s side (per WhoScored).
Back in August, when the shot-stopper returned to Manchester, he signed a new six-year contract at the club keeping him at Old Trafford that will reportedly see him earn £120k a week until 2026.
This latest performance from Henderson proved that he has what it takes to provide good competition to David de Gea as United’s main goalkeeper.
Moving forward, it’ll be interesting to see just how many appearances the Englishman, who is currently valued at £18 million, will make for United throughout the remainder of the season.