Dean Henderson reportedly gave Manchester United an ultimatum by telling manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer that he has no intention of re-playing David de Gea.
The 23-year-old is back at Old Trafford after two years of loaning with Sheffield United, where his performances have prompted calls for him to replace the error-prone De Gea.
Unless he is not made Solskjaer’s first-choice goalkeeper, Henderson will be looking to leave United this season, according to The Sun.
On the back of another disappointing campaign for the Spaniard, who for nine years has been the undisputed No.1 of United, pressure has been piling up on De Gea.
Last season, Henderson kept 13 Premier League clean sheets — the same number as De Gea — and has been mentioned as a possible target for Chelsea.