Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is a £1m target for a couple of Championship clubs and Premier League-bound Fulham, according to a report.
Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is reportedly on the radar of three clubs after impressing on loan at Shrewsbury Town last season.
The 21-year-old has yet to represent the Red Devils at senior level and may be sold on this summer for a fee of around £1m, according to The Sun.
Championship side Bristol City are understood to have already discussed terms with the England Under-21s international, while second-tier rivals Stoke City have made their interest known.
Henderson, who boasts further lower-league experience with Stockport County and Grimsby Town, will also be on Fulham's wishlist if David Button leaves for Brighton & Hove Albion.
Sergio Romero is Man United's current back-up keeper, and the Argentina international has pledged his long-term future to the Red Devils.
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