West Ham have been linked with a move for Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
The stopper was on loan at Sheffield United last season as they took the Premier League by storm after their promotion.
This season, though, he has barely had a look in under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the league.
Henderson has made a total of 12 appearances in all competitions but the majority have come in cup competitions; he has played once each in the Champions League and the Europa League, three times in the FA Cup, and four times in the EFL Cup.
He has played just three times in the league, against Southampton, the Hammers, and former club Sheffield United.
The Manchester Evening News report that the Irons are interested in snapping Henderson up, with Lukasz Fabianski’s contract expiring at the end of the season.
The United goalkeeper may not move on a permanent basis – he is valued at £40m – because of the impact COVID has had on finances but a loan deal remains a possibility.
Henderson has a contract until 2025, so a loan may make sense for all parties, especially considering Jesse Lingard has been a roaring success since his loan move to east London!