Manchester United have new offers ready for defender Brandon Williams and goalkeeper Dean Henderson.
Williams broke into the first team this season following a deficiency in the left-back position and has been one consistent figure at Old Trafford as he gives Luke Shaw a run for his money.
The 19-year-old has made 26 appearances in all competitions this season, mainly at left-back and has occasionally been sued as part of a back three and also on the left-wing when United want to protect leads.
Henderson on the other end has been doing well with Sheffield United where he had been shipped on another loan deal after helping them to promotion from the Championship last season.
ESPN now reports that United, the duo who are already tied down to long-term deals at Old Trafford, is being prepared for new terms to reflect their development over the past year or so.
The new deal for Henderson will put him at per with fellow academy graduates Mason Greenwood and Tahith Chong who have been part of the first team this season.
Henderson is believed to be the long term replacement for keeper David De Gea and he has proved his worth in the Premier League where is he part of a team that has the second-best defensive record this season.