German Bundesliga outfit have joined the race to secure the signing of Manchester United second-choice goalkeeper Dean Henderson, according to various reports. The German club have had to suffer in the goalkeeping department so far this season, with first and second-choice goalkeepers Roman Bürki and Marwin Gitz struggling to make good impressions at the club so far this current campaign.
The English goalkeeper spent last season on loan at Sheffield United and left the Blades to return to United with the hope of displacing current Red Devils number one David de Gea as the first-choice goalkeeper, but things have not gone according to plan so far.
Instead, he has been mostly used as the second-choice goalkeeper this season, featuring mostly in Europa League and Cup fixtures.
Henderson is a promising goalkeeper and has high aspirations to become the first option not only at Manchester United but on the international stage too for England. And with Dortmund famously known for signing young players and grooming them into top-class players, he could well find that as an allure and avenue to fulfill his dream of becoming the first-choice goalkeeper for England in the coming years.
Manchester United are unwilling to allow Henderson to leave the club but with the Red Devils interested in Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho, the situation could take a twist in the summer.