After Newcastle United agreed to withdraw from a deal, Nottingham Forest are probably very optimistic of signing Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
Fabrizio Romano, a well-known and respected journalist, has posted on Twitter that Forest and Manchester United are in negotiations on a loan deal for England international goalkeeper Henderson in the summer transfer window.
According to Romano, the Reds, who will play in the Premier League next season after winning a promotion from the Championship.
Romanos claim comes after fellow journalist Graeme Bailey said on the Talking Transfers Podcast that Newcastle was in discussions with Henderson, but after Dan Ashworth took control of transfers at the Magpies, they agreed to negotiate a 120,000-a-week deal.
Dean Henderson, a link between Newcastle and Nottingham Forest, might be signed by Newcastle United.
There is still no contract but Dean Henderson''s loan move to Nottingham Forest has fantastic chances to happen. Sources are serious, and Manchester United would accept a buy option clause for 20 million dollars. #NFFCExclusive story confirmed, discussions in progress #MUFC https://t.co/RpnPybzGJD
Update on Dean Henderson''s contract. There''s also a conversation today between Manchester United and Nottingham Forest, but no agreement on buy option clause value is yet made so it may be removed. #NFFCDeal could be completed on a simple loan. Work in progress.
Dean Henderson''s loan move to Nottingham Forest would be beneficial for Manchester United.
Old Trafford''s goalkeeper is David de Gea, who isn''t ready for the next season.
If Henderson was moved on loan to Forest, he would play well and work well in the Premier League next season.