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Manchester United transfer budget changes dramatically after early realization of Eric ten Hag

Manchester United are gearing up for a new No. 2 goalkeeper following the expiration ofDean Henderson.

The English shot-stopper grew frustrated with the lack of chances and throughout the season saw Nottingham he head to Forest. Eric Ten Hug leaves David De Gea as first choice and Tom Heaton as backup, but that could change in the final weeks of summer. Didn't leave Old Trafford in 1999 - bemoaning the club for failing to live up to its promise that he would be number one .

The Dutchman is eyeing a goalkeeper who can seriously challenge De Gea for the No. 1 spot. Initially, the club had set aside £1m for him to sign the deputy goalkeeper, butAthletic reports that this has now been raised to £7m, with Tenhag I want good backups.

Once the right players are identified, the fees can be higher as well. Nick Pope moved the club fromBurnley to Newcastle for his £8m this summer. That is within United's budget and they would target a goalkeeper of that quality.

Leeds' Ilian Meslier is believed to be a target, while the Yorkshire club do not want to sell, and the rivalry between the teams further complicates the deal. De Gea enjoyed one of the better seasons last season and was one of United's top performers.

Dean Henderson frustrated as a stand-in for David De Gea (


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Prior to that, dropping him for Henderson, whose stock had risen steadily before being forced to watch as a sub on a regular basis. I got a call asking me to come. The Englishman has impressed and gained international recognition during his two years at Sheffield United.

He did not hold back from criticizing United, who he accused of lying. He told TalkSport: "It was probably the toughest 12 months of my career, to be honest. It was tough and hard. The other side of it. The conversation that came out of the Euro team for me was 'you will come back here and be number one'.

"I came back with COVID and I should have still been number one, but unfortunately nobody was doing what they told me to do. It was frustrating because last summer I turned down a lot of good loans for that reason and they couldn't let me go.To sit there and waste 12 months is really a crime At my age, I was pissed."

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