Manchester United's valuation of Dean Henderson has been revealed.
Henderson is number two goalkeeper at United behind David De Gea, and rarely plays in the Premier League for the club.
The England international is annoyed with his playing time, which has seen him recently linked with Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund.
And the Daily Express claims it would take roughly £40 million for United to part with Henderson.
But the Red Devils still view Henderson as a potential first choice keeper at the club for years to come.
For his part, Henderson would rather stay at United, but the 23-year-old will push for a move if he is not given the number one spot.
"Any player's job is to keep the manager happy," Solskjaer told reporters.
"It is not a bad headache to have. Dean has matured throughout the season.
"The Real Sociedad performance for me was his most assured."