Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham reportedly keen on Henderson

Chelsea, Tottenam and West Ham are reportedly interested in Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.

The Sun have previously reported that United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer plans to offload either Henderson or David De Gea at the end of the season.

And The Sun has picked up on a story by the Manchester Evening News suggesting that Henderson will look to leave Old Trafford if he does not get first-team football – and that three London clubs are all keen on him.

The MEN say Henderson, who is under contract until 2025 and said to be valued at around £40m, is frustrated at his lack of game time and determined to move on if Solskjaer continues to select Spain international keeper De Gea ahead of him.

Tottenham have been tipped to sign a new keeper, with Hugo Lloris having attracted criticism for his performances.

West Ham, meanwhile, may also look to bring in a keeper this summer as their current first-choice stopper Lukasz Fabianski’s contract is due to end then.

And Chelsea have had problems in the goalkeeping department, with Edouard Mendy having made a good start at the club after replacing the much maligned Kepa Arrizabalaga but since been guilty of making errors himself.

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