Crystal Palace have held talks with Manchester United above a offer to indicator Dean Henderson, talkSPORT understands.
Palace manager Roy Hodgson has been desperate to sign a new goalkeeper just after Vicente Guaita advised the club he wanted to depart.
And talkSPORT understands that conversations held are with regards to a financial loan shift with the option to make the deal long term.
The 26-calendar year-old expended last period on financial loan at Nottingham Forest and helped them stay in the Premier League.
A lasting shift to the Town Ground experienced been predicted but a deal could not be struck with United.
Alternatively, Forest signed Arsenal back-up goalkeeper Matt Turner, leaving Henderson in limbo.
His future looked destined away from Outdated Trafford immediately after Erik ten Hag was reunited with Andre Onana, who he coached at Ajax.
Henderson has been desperate for 1st-staff soccer, which is not probable at the minute at United, his boyhood club.
The England intercontinental came up as a result of the academy at Previous Trafford and had manufactured it his mission to turn out to be the club’s No. 1.
But with that out of the window, Premier League clubs have been eager on snapping him up.
The search for a new goalkeeper has intensified in latest weeks right after Guaita instructed Hodgson that he didn’t want to perform for the club and would favor to transfer again to Spain.
“He [Sam Johnstone] is the only alternative at the instant since Guaita is disenchanted with the club and has stated he would like to move on,” Hodgson said previously this thirty day period.
“He’s refused to play in our online games so much.
“A complication is that he has a year’s deal. It is up to the club to determine, not him. He’s created it distinct to everybody he doesn’t want to be below and contend with Sam Johnstone.
“So Sam Johnstone is No 1 and Remi Matthews is No 2.”
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