Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has said he wants to keep Dean Henderson at the club next season.
The Blades have increased their goalkeeping options by signing Rangers stopper Wes Fuderingham yesterday, but Wilder said they are optimistic about increasing Henderson’s loan spell in Brandle Lane.
“Dean and Manchester United know our views on him, we have already started talking to the players and Manchester United,” Wilder said at his press conference this afternoon.
“It’s their decision and son’s decision, we want to extend it to another season and we’ll let you know when we get the news of that decision.
“Weiss was available, we needed to strengthen that department, there would be a few more changes in that department. He became available, a free transfer and a three-year contract. “
Wilder acknowledged their relocation business later this summer will probably be limited to cut-price deals or free relocations:
“The club will talk about that and the budget and where we are going forward, I will try to get the most out of what is available.
“I don’t think there will be any head-shifting transfers from us this summer, so we have to work hard to improve the group.”