Man United Goalkeepers To Retain Their Positions In Erik ten Hag Era Has Finally Been Revealed

The curtain will come down on the 2021/22 Premier League season on Sunday when Manchester United travel to Crystal Palace.

The transfer window in England opens on July 1 and incoming manager Erik Ten Hag is already talking with the club about the potential deals.

Departures are expected at Old Trafford this summer ahead of what promises to be a massive rebuild. Here’s what could be in store for the goalkeepers.

David De Gea

While it has been suggested that Ten Hag could look to replace David De Gea with a ball-playing goalkeeper, the Spaniard will not be going anywhere this summer. In fact, Man United are looking to offer the 31-year-old a new contract.

What Man United should do: Keep

Dean Henderson

Newcastle are said to be interested in Dean Henderson and a young goalkeeper could leave the club to play first-team football. The 25-year-old can’t afford to spend another year on the bench and Man United are reportedly open to a deal.

What Man United should do: Loan or Sell

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Tom Heaton

Tom Heaton has featured just one for Man United in 2021-22 but Ten Hag is expected to keep the veteran shot-stopper. The 36-year-old has a contract until 2023 with an option for another year and could become the backup next season.

What Man United should do: Keep

Lee Grant

Lee Grant is all but confirmed to leave Man United this summer and the Red Devils shouldn’t hand the 39-year-old a contract renewal. But it would still be wise to keep the Englishman at the club, perhaps working closely with the youth.

What Man United should do: Keep in a different role

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