- Henderson has shone while on loan with the Blades.
- United have the right to recall him if the current season resumes and goes on beyond the expiry of his temporary deal.
- However, the Red Devils have shown no signs of doing so.
The young goalkeeping prospect has been phenomenal for the Blades, with rumours of a permanent move popping up now and then.
As 'Project Restart' aims to kickstart action soon, the season may extend beyond June 30 - which is when Henderson's loan deal would officially expire.
Earlier, we had reported that United have the right to veto a decision if that happens. They can either extend his loan spell or recall him but doing the latter would seemingly end Sheffield's chances of securing a top-four finish.
However, MEN Sport believes that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer & co have no reason to recall him and potentially prevent him from playing regularly for the rest of the term - if we manage to return to action, that is.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has also spoken about the matter, saying it would be "morally correct" to let Henderson continue at Bramall Lane.
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