should change who their No 1 goalkeeper is from next season, says European football expert Aurelio Capaldi. David de Gea has been United’s first-choice stopper for almost a decade now since his arrival from Atletico Madrid in 2011. However, the Spaniard has suffered an alarming dip in form in the last 18 months.
However, that has not seen the upturn in performances that United would have wanted.
Dean Henderson is set to return from his loan spell at Sheffield United ahead of next season.
Henderson, 23, has impressed during his first season in the Premier League, claiming 10 clean sheets under Chris Wilder.
It’s his time now’ – Manchester United fans call for Dean Henderson to replace De Gea
Now We Have To See Who Will Be Signed!