Henriquez has impressed during his spell in the Croatian capital, scoring 20 goals in 25 appearances for Dinamo, as the outfit from the Croatian capital won the Croatian First League.
The 21-year-old earned himself a place in Chile’s Copa America squad, which clinched the country’s first ever international trophy by beating Argentina on penalties on Sunday.
Earlier this year, Dinamo’s manager Zoran Mamic told Chilean website Prensa Futbol that the striker would make his move permanent at the end of the season.
“We have bought him outright for €1m,” Mamic said.
“We have already signed a contract with him for the summer.
“There is no doubt it is ours and deal is resolved.”
The Chilean arrived at United in September 2012 from Universidad Catolica de Chile and was then loaned out to Wigan for the second half of the 2012-13 season, scoring once in eight matches, before spending last season on loan at Real Zaragoza, where he netted six times in 25 appearances.
However, as it’s becoming all too common with United youngsters, Henriquez will leave the club without having been given the opportunity to earn a spot in the first team squad, despite impressing for the U21 side.
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