Nottingham Forest are keen to sign Dean Henderson on a permanent deal in the next transfer window.
With the winter transfer window having just closed, the priority for the Nottingham Forest board will be to prepare the team for next season. And the goalkeeping position will be a major focus.
While Wayne Hennessey is not giving Steve Cooper full satisfaction and Jordan Smith should not be seen as a long-term option for the next few seasons, Forest will no longer have a goalkeeper under contract, with Dean Henderson and Keylor Navas only available on loan.
To prepare for next season, the Nottingham Forest board has made Dean Henderson its top priority and is interested in signing the Manchester United goalkeeper on a permanent deal, according to The Telegraph.
Dean Henderson is on loan at the City Ground from Manchester United this season and is currently injured but has already played 18 Premier League games for Nottingham Forest.