PREMIER - De Gea likely to leave, Henderson staying to fight for position
According to the Sun, Henderson, 24, would prefer to spend the second half of this season on loan in order to avoid his career stalling after seeing his teammate De Gea's outstanding form.
Henderson has shown to be a capable backup goalkeeper for boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, but with his potential bursting at the seams, it's apparent the 24-year-old has big dreams and doesn't want to settle for second best.
Henderson may be trying to force his way back into the club's first-team plans at the wrong moment if he wants to become the club's undisputed number one. De Gea, a teammate, has been in some of his greatest form of his career, and a recent penalty save against West Ham has further solidified his position as Solskjaer's first-choice goalkeeper.'
Henderson has no desire to push a move, according to Shrager, and would rather stay put and put his manager in a situation where he has no option but to consider his inclusion.