Manchester United are set for talks soon over Dean Henderson's future, latest reports suggest.

The Cumbrian's long-term status at Old Trafford has been the subject of speculation recently.

And it is said that there will be imminent meetings with the goalkeeper's representatives before a decision is taken on the Whitehaven star.

ESPN report that Man Utd will hold talks with the Henderson camp later this month.

It comes as boss Erik Ten Hag weighs up long-term decisions on a number of situations at the Premier League club.

It was reported last week that Man Utd were leaning towards making Henderson available for sale along with a number of others, Football Insider claiming that the Cumbrian plus Anthony Martial, Donny Van de Beek, Scott McTominay, Brandon Williams and Harry Maguire could be up for grabs this summer.

Any sale would be of interest to Carlisle United, who stand to benefit through a sell-on clause following Henderson's move from the Blues' academy to Old Trafford in 2011.

Henderson, 25, is on a season-long loan with Nottingham Forest, where he impressed in the Premier League before suffering a thigh injury that is currently keeping him out.

He also pushed his way back into the England squad earlier this season, and has been linked with a permanent switch to Forest with Tottenham Hotspur also said to be monitoring the situation.