Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insisted he now has ‘two quantity ones’ as he moved to clarify why David de Gea was dropped for Manchester United’s conflict towards Brighton on Sunday night.
Dean Henderson was handed simply his sixth Premier League begin of the season for the conflict at Outdated Trafford, a choice which has raised eyebrows and led to questions over De Gea’s long-term future on the membership.
Reviews earlier this week prompt United may minimize ties with De Gea this summer season after a decade with the Spaniard between the sticks, as Henderson is now favoured as the primary selection.
Solskjaer, nevertheless, merely said he has two first selection goalkeepers who’re competing for the beginning place.
“I’ve the choice of two prime goalkeepers and naturally each of them need to play as a lot as attainable – that shall be selected benefit,” the United supervisor instructed MUTV.
“Hopefully we have now 9 plus 5 video games to go, as we need to go all the way in which within the Europa League, so I’m certain you’ll see each of them play in aim.”
“Each [goalkeepers] know we worth them extremely,” Solskjær added. “It’s a tough choice to go away one in every of them out.”
Talking to BT Sport earlier than the match, Solskjaer merely mentioned: “I’ve two quantity ones.”
De Gea has been a mainstay for United since becoming a member of the membership for £19m from Atletico Madrid in 2010.
The Spain worldwide has made 434 appearances for the Purple Devils in ten years on the membership.