Newcastle plotting summer move for Man Utd Star
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Dean Henderson could end up joining Newcastle United in the summer transfer window. According to renowned transfer insider Fabrizio Romano, he is one of three goalkeepers on the list for the Magpies at the end of the season.
The player wants to be a starting goalkeeper, and is open to seeking opportunities away from Old Trafford to make it happen. Manchester United will have to explore their options and decide whether they want to send him out on loan or not.
With David De Gea back to his best form between the sticks, Dean Henderson has been relegated to the bench for Manchester United. Since the arrival of Ralf Rangnick, De Gea has been the best player for the Red Devils, and has silenced his doubters from last year.
With the Spaniard regaining his form, the youngster has been deprived of opportunities in the first team. And now, the idea of him replacing De Gea between the sticks for Manchester United as a first choice seems absurd.
Since Dean Henderson has a long-term contract with Manchester United, it seems unlikely that he will be sold in the summer. But, a loan deal could be on the cards.
The England international has shown that he can be among the best in the top flight before. His campaign with Sheffield United helped him burst onto the scene, and another loan spell with Newcastle could help re-ignite his form, and potentially earn him a permanent transfer elsewhere.
Arsenal Reignite Interest In Arthur
According to Calciomercato, Arsenal are still interested in signing Arthur Melo and could pursue the midfielder in the summer window. A deal is considered possible, as Juventus are set to allow some of their current stars to leave the club following their Champions League elimination.
Arthur Melo has had a tough few seasons following his exit from Barcelona, failing to cement a regular place at Juventus. The Brazilian was considered a rising star following some good performances in Spain, and he was expected to carry that form in Turin.
However, the presence of better players in his position and the fact that two Juventus managers have consistently overlooked him begged the question over his long-term future. However, there has been a visible dip in form, which has lowered his value in recent seasons.
Juventus have not been convincing all season. They have resigned to fighting for a top-four place rather than competing for the Serie A title. They have made a few important transfers in the summer and January window; the club is already planningr the next season, with the midfield unit a priority.