Manchester United and England international Dean Henderson is set for a summer exit from Old Trafford.

Dean Henderson has revealed his desire to play regular first team football as he refuses to accept the second fiddle role given to him at United.

Henderson at the beginning of the campaign committed his future to the Red Devils with him receiving £100,000 a week after returning from his 2 year loan at Sheffield United.

With De Gea struggling for consistency over the previous couple of seasons, Henderson must have fancied his chances of cementing his status as the Red Devils’ new No. 1 this term.

The Academy graduate was amongst the best performing goalies in the Premier League last term and was being eyed by other top sides following his impressive performances with the Blades.

De Gea has made 23 Premier League appearances during the current campaign. Henderson has made just three.

Manchester Evening News reported that Henderson is going to leave United in the summer if he is not made the club’s first-choice goalkeeper next season.

It’s believed that Henderson is ‘frustrated’ by his lack of playing time in the Premier League and that he has confessed to Solskjaer he’s not contented with situation.