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Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says it'll be morally correct for Dean Henderson to stay.


There is confusion around what Manchester United plan to do with Henderson. [Getty]
There is confusion around what Manchester United plan to do with Henderson. [Getty]

Sheffield United head-coach Chris Wilder says it would be “morally correct” for Dean Henderson to remain at Bramall Lane until the end of the 2019-20 campaign. Henderson's loan spell is due to expire at the end of May, but with the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the season there is confusion as to whether the Red Devils will allow the goalkeeper to remain with the South Yorkshire club. Both United and Shelfield United are rivals in the race for Champions League football, with the Red Devils in fifth spot and the Blades in 7th.


More: Man Utd yet to make a decision on Dean Henderson's future. Wilder said: "Of course I personally think it'd be morally correct to leave him at Sheffield United for the last 10 games. "But because of the legalities and the situation regarding the expiry of loans, they might take that decision. "But we're not a threat to Manchester United, and I'm sure they'll be happy with the players they've got to see them through the season."




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