NOTTINGHAM FOREST are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United star Dean Henderson on a permanent basis.
The goalkeeper joined Forest last summer on loan until the end of the season.
And now the club are looking to tie him up for the future after securing their Premier League spot for next season with a 1-0 win over Arsenal.
Accordingly Manchester evening newsForest are ready to shell out £30m for the goalkeeper.
And it’s understood Henderson would be open to the move as he would have a regular spot in the team ahead of Euro 2024.
He even stayed at Forest and watched Arsenal win despite not having played a game since January after suffering a thigh strain.
Henderson, 26, underwent surgery for his injury this month but is expected to be out for another four months.
But that hasn’t deterred Forest, who has paid his £110,000-a-week salary in full this year.
Henderson had previously fumed at how he was treated by ex-manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer when he joined Forest after losing his place to the Spaniard.
Erik ten Hag spoke to the stopper in January about a potential Forest return to Old Trafford after Martin Dubravka’s loan at United ended and he returned to Newcastle.
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However, Henderson told him he had no desire to play as De Gea’s back-up after being limited to just three appearances last season.
He could opt for a move this summer and many United fans believe the club should accept a £30m offer.
One wrote: “30million pounds!! Take it and run!”
Another added: “£30m? Why hasn’t it already been agreed?”
A third said: “I think that’s an all-around good move. He won’t be United’s number one next season whether we sign a keeper or not and the money is solid.”
And another commented: “No problem! Sell him and use the money to get David Raya!”