AFC Bournemouth are interested in signing Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson on loan, according to The Sun.
Henderson spent the last two seasons away from Old Trafford on loan at Sheffield United, becoming a key player for the Blades under Chris Wilder.
He has since returned to Manchester United and signed a new deal at Old Trafford until 2025, but has found it hard to break into the side ahead of David de Gea.
Henderson has made only three appearances in all competitions this term – two appearances coming in the Carabao Cup, with one coming in the Champions League.
He is yet to feature in the Premier League, and a loan move away could be on the cards in January.
According to The Sun, AFC Bournemouth are exploring a loan move for Henderson, however it is likely that he would prefer to stay in the Premier League.
Leeds and Brighton have also been credited with an interest in the goalkeeper, who replaced Nick Pope at half-time in England’s recent 3-0 win over the Republic of Ireland.
It would be some coup if AFC Bournemouth were to win Henderson’s signature on loan.
He was one of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League last season and many thought that he could push de Gea all the way this term.
To see him drop down to the Championship would be a major surprise, especially if Leeds and Brighton are keen on landing the 23-year-old.