- Wilder says it would be ‘morally correct’ for United to allow Henderson to play out the entirety of the season at Sheffield.
- However, he insists that the decision is entirely upon the Red Devils to take.
- The Sheffield gaffer also believes his side aren’t a threat to Ole Gunnar’s Solskjaer’s side, which would help in keeping Henderson.
He is quoted by the Daily Star saying: “It’d be morally correct to leave him playing at Sheffield United for the last ten games of the season.
“Although we all know that because of the legalities and the situation regarding expiry of loans, United might take that decision.
“But we’re not a threat to Man U so I’m sure they’ll be quite happy with the players that they’ve got to see them through the season. The Ford Fiesta ain’t going to get past the Ferrari!”
United have the right to recall Henderson in July if they want to, meaning he probably won’t be able to finish the campaign with Sheffield, who are competing with United for the top-four spot this season.
The loanee has had an excellent spell with the Blades, keeping 10 clean sheets and only conceding 22 goals in 27 appearances in his breakthrough campaign in the Premier League.
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