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    • Gareth Southgate has backed Dean Henderson’s decision to leave Sheffield Utd 
    • Goalkeeper Henderson returned to Manchester United training earlier this week
    • Henderson will be challenging David de Gea for the No 1 spot at Man United
    • Southgate has included Henderson in his squad to face Iceland next weekend  

    Gareth Southgate has backed Dean Henderson’s decision to leave Sheffield United and return to his parent club Manchester United to challenge David de Gea for the No 1 spot there even though it may initially mean he plays less.

    The England manager, who included Henderson in his squad to face Iceland next weekend, says that the 23-year-old goalkeeper has picked the right time to step up to the challenge after a year on loan at Shrewsbury and two years on loan at Bramall Lane.

    ‘I think it’s an opportunity for him really,’ said Southgate. ‘Of course, he could take another season out and gain another year of Premier League experience but at his age as a goalkeeper you can’t just think about the international situation. 

    England’s Gareth Southgate has backed Dean Henderson’s decision to leave Sheffield United 

    ‘You are building a career and here’s an opportunity to challenge for the shirt at Manchester United if they are asking him to stay in the building.

    ‘If I was him and I had the chance to push to be the Manchester United No 1, then I’d make the same decision he has. He’s got the chance to train every day in front of the manager, to influence him and put David de Gea under pressure for his place.

    ‘I think for his career it’s a logical decision given the number of matches United will have next season.’

    Southgate says he would have made the same call as Henderson to fight for his United spot

    Southgate says he would have made the same call as Henderson to fight for his United spot



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