Dean Henderson is planning to discuss his future with Ralf Rangnick having grown frustrated by his lack of opportunities.
The Manchester United goalkeeper remains rooted to the bench, unable to dislodge David de Gea.
He returned to Old Trafford 18 months ago following several loan spells away with his sights set on the No 1 jersey.
However he remains behind the Spaniard in the pecking order and patience is wearing thin.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer attempted to utilise both men, but struggled to appease Henderson and Rangnick is now the man left with decisions to make.
The Daily Mail reports that Henderson wants showdown talks regarding his future, which comes after Anthony Martial expressed a desire to leave.
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His agent spoke out in the media before the Frenchman himself stated his want to seek pastures new.
Sevilla are currently the most likely destination after seeing a loan bid rejected.
Henderson, now 24, has seen his development halt due to a lack of minutes and is no longer in the England picture.
His rapid rise has seen him tipped as a future United No 1, but the goalkeeper himself is clearly reluctant to play the long game.
He signed a new deal back in 2020 when he returned to Manchester but reportedly regrets that decision.
Any move is unlikely to occur before the season ends with Rangnick keen to have three goalkeepers on his books.
Henderson was hit with Covid in pre-season which hampered his ambitions and De Gea has been one of United’s bright sparks this term.
The shotstopper does have plenty of admirers however, which could help him should he want to force an exit.
Tottenham have been linked previously and will be planning for life after veteran Hugo Lloris.
Borussia Dortmund, who have utilised the English market well, are another side touted as a possible destination and have proved a strong breeding ground for players.
United could see a player exodus in the coming months with several fringe players considering their options.
Jesse Lingard has opted not to sign a new contract and will be a free agent in the summer whilst Eric Bailly, who only signed a new deal last season, is frustrated by his lack of minutes.
United are also bursting with forward options and several players could review their own futures.
Paul Pogba’s contract is winding down whilst Edinson Cavani will also be free to leave once the season ends.
Rangnick’s future in the dugout is unclear beyond the current campaign but he will remain involved in a consultancy role at the very least.