Dean Henderson remembers his ‘dream’ time at Manchester United as the move to Crystal Palace is officially announced

The goalkeeper, who had been linked to a return to Nottingham Forest, has signed a five-year contract at Selhurst Park and will cost the Eagles somewhere about £20 million.

Henderson joined the United academy in 2011, and has been a member of the team ever since. However, last season, he only made 13 first-team appearances and spent time on loan at Stockport, Grimsby, Sheffield United, and Nottingham Forest.
Henderson wrote on social media, “It’s hard for me to say goodbye to United.”
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“Since I was a young child, this club has been a part of my life. from being a young United supporter to turning out on the field at Old Trafford at the age of 14, everything!

“The experience has been a dream realized, and I feel very blessed and fortunate to have realized that dream,” the speaker said.
After serving as David de Gea’s backup throughout the 2021/22 season and not being given the opportunity to replace the Spaniard, Henderson previously admitted he was “fuming” at United during that time.

Although he hasn’t played since January because of a thigh injury, he made an impression when on loan with Forest last season.

Henderson stated, “To the fans – your support has meant the world to my family and I.
“I’ve been a United fan since I was a young child, and it has been an honor beyond words to be allowed to wear the United badge on my chest. I never ignored the obligation that came with donning the shirt.

“We’ve experienced some highs and lows, and I want to thank you all for supporting me through it all. I appreciate the memories and wish the club the absolute best going forward.

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