Manchester United are ready to sell two of the squad players to fund the Mason Mount deal
A couple of days, it was revealed that Nottingham Forest are willing to pay a transfer fee of around £30m to sign Henderson this summer. They would need an experienced goalkeeper having secured Premier League safety last week.
The report says that McTominay could be signed by Newcastle United as they aim to bolster their squad after confirming their status as a Champions League team next season.
Sky Sports has reported that Mount is leaning towards a move to Old Trafford despite interest from Liverpool and Arsenal.
The 24-year-old is in the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge, and it looks unlikely that he will sign an extension there.
The England international is a versatile midfield player who can either operate as a number 10, number eight or as one of the wide forwards. He has been used as a false nine before too.
Mount is a technically sound player who would create chances, score goals, press well off the ball and fill one slot of the home-grown quota.
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All in all, it is not a bad idea to sell two fringe/loaned-out players to fund the signing of a player who can become a key cog in the United wheel for years to come.