Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has respondent to the speculated rumours on his future at the club. Football pundits in England have advised Manchester United to sell the Spaniard shot-stopper claiming he has lost his form as number one goalkeeper for United.
De Gea says he has a contract at United and he is happy at the club. The Mirror reports that the United skipper is keen to continue working at Old Trafford as he is convinced his manager has something to achieve with him at United and he is determined to make sure Ole achieve his goal.
It is believed the English Media is pushing Manchester United to sell United to offer a space for Dean Henderson for the first position role at United. With David in the squad, Henderson has found it difficult to get a playing time.
Solskjaer has believed in David more than Henderson this season and with the Englishman looking for the first position in the national team, he needs more playing time and he will find a way to feature in most games in the premier league to keep him fit before Euro kick-off.
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