Dean Henderson

UEFAThe Guardian

Dean Henderson out of England squad injured and Aaron Ramsdale called in

Dean Henderson has withdrawn from England’s Euro 2020 squad because of a hip injury and been replaced by the Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale. The Football Association said Henderson had “a hip issue that would continue to limit his involvement in training throughout the tournament” and that he was returning to Manchester United for assessment and treatment.
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UEFAThe Independent

Dean Henderson: England goalkeeper ruled out of Euro 2020 squad

Dean Henderson has been replaced in the England’s Euro 2020 squad by Aaron Ramsdale due to a hip injury. The Manchester United goalkeeper will return to his club for assessment having missed several training sessions at St George’s Park over the past week. Uefa regulations allow competing nations to replace...

Jose Mourinho recalls conversation with confident Dean Henderson at Man United

Jose Mourinho has backed Dean Henderson to enjoy a fantastic career and recalled a conversation with the goalkeeper when he first met him at Manchester United. Much has been made about the first-choice ‘keeper for Gareth Southgate’s England side ahead of Euro 2020 and Henderson is most certainly in the running, having rivalled David de Gea at United throughout last season.
SoccerShropshire Star

Dean Henderson and Ben Godfrey in provisional England Euro 2020 squad

Former Shrewsbury Town loanees named in 33-man squad. Former Shrewsbury Town players Dean Henderson and Ben Godfrey have both been included in England's provisional European Championship squad. Godfrey, Ben White and Aaron Ramsdale received their first England call-ups as Gareth Southgate selected Trent Alexander-Arnold among four right-backs in the squad.

David De Gea or Dean Henderson: Two goalkeepers fighting for one spot

The contrast in trajectory in the early years of David De Gea and Dean Henderson’s career isn’t spoken about enough. One started his career at arguably one of the biggest sides in Spain, and the other made his senior professional debut, for a side seven miles from the Manchester city centre at Stockport County.