COVID-19 Forces Man United Goalkeeper Henderson Out Of Training Camp

Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson will miss the club’s training camp in Scotland this week as he recovers from Covid-19.


The 24-year-old England international tested positive three weeks ago. In a statement, the club said Henderson is suffering from “prolonged fatigue” associated with the virus.

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Henderson has recovered from the hip injury which forced him out of the England squad at the start of the European Championship in June.

United’s pre-season friendly at Preston on Saturday was called off after a “small number of positive” cases were identified.

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The squad, however, was back in training on Friday after the first team were given the all-clear from further Covid-19 testing.

United said they expect Henderson to return to training soon.

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Meanwhile, Spain goalkeeper David de Gea has reported back after his Euro 2020 duties and linked up with the squad in Scotland.

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