With the rise of Dean Henderson, I wonder if it may not be a good time to cash in on David De Gea? De Gea is at a good age, and we could probably sell him for a good 60-70 million pounds. His form over the last year or two hasn't been out of this world either. In addition to avoiding a transfer fee for securing a De Gea replacement, Henderson would also cost significantly less in wages. If he is as good as they are saying, that money could potentially be re-invested elsewhere in the squad to greater effect. I'm curious to hear people's opinions on this as I've only seen youtube clips and press reports of Henderson, but don't have a really informed view about whether he'd be ready to step in next year and be United's #1.