Trouble Looming For Manchester United Keeper As Board Members Make Crucial Decision
By CommentatorNews | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 8576 views
Some senior figures at Manchester United have expressed their concern to the board over the current situation in the club in tems of the goalkeeping situation.
United currently have two world class keepers David De Gea and Dean Henderson but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has maintained that De Gea is his number.
The club recalled Henderson from a two season loan at Sheffield United at the start of this season and the lad hoped that he would get more game time.
However, the situation has not been pleasing for Henderson who has been benched mostly in the Premier League, a decision that has has left him expressing his disappointment to Ole.
Now, some senior figures at United believe they are compromised by De Gea's status as the club's highest earner on £375,000-a-week and feel he needs to be sold, the Men has reported.
The figures do not highly rate De Gea that much and believe he is taking a large unnecessary salary that could be saved if he is sold. Henderson is one for the future and thus the board members believe he should be given the chance to shine as De Gea is well past his best days.
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