Nottingham Forest could announce Dean Henderson on Friday

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Nottingham Forest have been linked with Dean Henderson for quite some time and now it looks like the Manchester United goalkeeper is on the verge of joining the Tricky Trees on loan.

Indeed acc the athletea deal to loan Henderson has been finalized and an announcement has been booked for Friday.

Forest have of course already signed Taiwo Awoniyi this summer and now Henderson could be announced as their second summer signing in the coming hours.

It may be confusing for some to see that Forest Henderson is on the trail. After all, Brice Samba was one of the key players in Steve Cooper’s team last season, albeit with the Congolese goalkeeper no secret of his desire to leave the East Midlands this summer a replacement is needed – and what a replacement Forest is getting.

In fact, Henderson is an incredibly talented goalkeeper. He already has experience with newly promoted sides – he played for Sheffield United in 2019/20 while also being an England international.

There’s no doubt Henderson will single-handedly earn Forest a number of points this season and while he may not be as fan favorite as Samba, it might not be long before he takes over his own legacy on the banks of the Trento.

A Friday announcement was penciled in, but as always, that could change.

Keep an eye out for announcements regarding Henderson in the coming hours.

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