Man United youngster Demands £75,000-a-week salary Or He Leaves Old Trafford

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Latest Soccer Football reveals “Man United youngster demands £75,000-a-week salary in order to stay at Old Trafford”

Dean Henderson, the Manchester United goalkeeper is demanding a huge increase in wages if he is to stay at the old Trafford Or sign a new contract at the club.

Reports from the Daily Mirror reveals that 22-year-old is yet to make an appearance for the Manchester United, yet he believes he should be paid £75,000-a-week if given a new deal.

Man United is willing to tie him down to a longer deal as his contract will end in the summer of 2020, currently the England under-21 stopper is paid £25,000-a-week.

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Man United’s new signing Dan James’s contract is worth £67,000-a-week having arrived from Swansea, Probably, this made Henderson confident to demand more cash to commit his future to the club.

The ‘keeper spent the previous season on loan at Sheffield United and excelled as the Blades got promotion to the English Premier League.

Reports reveals that Henderson has never featured in an English Premier League game but he is extremely confident that he is prepared to make the step up his game.

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Manchester United are putting Together a new deal to hold on to their first-choice goalkeeper David de Gea, which means they are likely to pay him £350,000-a-week for his awesomeness.

Since David De Gea’s will keep hold of the gloves for a longer period to come at Old Trafford , Henderson might be looking for pastures new in a quest to find regular first team football.

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