According to new reports circulating in the English media, Man United are set to offer Dean Henderson a new contract any moment from now.
The young goalkeeper moved to the Theater of Dreams in 2011 and he spent four terms with the red devils before leaving on loan in 2016.
He played for the likes of Stockport County, Grimsby Town and Shrewsbury Town on loan, as it appears there is yet to be a space for him at Old Trafford, and he has been linked with a permanent move away from the club.
His current deal with the red devils will expire at the end of this month after which he will be free to join any other side as a free man.
However, it was made known that the Old Trafford club have won the battle to keep the 21-year-old with them.
The Daily Mail are reporting that Henderson will put pen on paper for a new deal that will tie him down to Manchester United for the next three years
The Englishman has been linked with the likes of Chelsea and Arsenal, and there are claims the London sides were considering signing him on a free transfer this summer.
The Daily Mail also added that foreign clubs like Benfica and AS Roma have been monitoring Henderson and were also showing interest in getting his signature. However, that is expected to end after the sealed deal at Old Trafford.