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Chelsea have told United to name their price for top-class Prem star

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Chelsea have reportedly asked Manchester United to name their price for Dean Henderson ahead of the summer window

There has been alot of transfer speculation in the media suggesting that Frank Lampard is keen to sign a new stopper in the summer transfer window as he has not been impressed by the performances of Kepa, who has struggled between the sticks.

And that has led to some speculation in the media suggesting that we are ready to make a move and try to bring in Henderson from United, as there is some talk in the media suggesting that he is stalled on a new deal at Old Trafford.

Reports on the Daily Mirror website have claimed Lampard has finally run out of patience with £71.6million man Kepa Arrizabalaga after a turbulent second season in England, and  Lampard hopes to make red-hot Sheff Utd loanee Henderson his new No1.

The on-loan Manchester United ace, 23, has kept 12 clean sheets in 32 Premier League games this season – including during the Blades’ 3-0 win over us, and he is tipped to head back to Old Trafford at some point to challenge David De Gea for that number one spot.

De Gea has suffered a difficult season between the sticks at Old Trafford, and there is talk the Norwegian could hand the young England star the starting spot if the Spaniard fails to get back to his very best.

However, Henderson also knows that De Gea is one of the best stoppers in the game right now and he may not get the opportunity to be the clubs number one at a time when he is showing some of his best performances.

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