DEAN & DUSTEDDean Henderson told he will NEVER play for Man Utd again after slamming club as furious fans call for him to be sold
The goalkeeper is on loan at Nottingham Forest for this season and targeted his parents club in an interview for not following his promise to make him a first-choice stopper.
Toxport pundit Jamie O'Hara has said it is unlikely he will ever play for United again. He said: "To be honest, David de Gay had a fantastic performance last season for Man UDT. He is the No. 1 keeper and one.
I don't think he will play again for Man UDT. That is it now. When you give an interview like this, you come out and slate your parent club, it's never good with the fans, with the coaching staff.
"Henderson has definitely finished at Man UDT. You can't disrespect such a big club. Fellow pundit Danny Mills also criticised the 25-year-old keeper, saying: "Boo hu, hi is me.
"De Gay got the player of the season so you were number two behind him. No one is ever promised 'you're going to be number one throughout the season'. It is impossible. It does not happen. "
Henderson was going to be United's No. 1 but was ruled out of COVID-19 and De Gay stepped in and made it to the starting XI.
Mills said: He was out of the team, de Gay came in, played well, he stayed in. Players get injured, they get sick, someone else gets their chance and you can't come back. Difficult.
Fans of Man UDT also fired at Henderson on social media after his shocking comment. One said: "He must be sold, obviously part of the problem." "