Report: Man Utd players want Solskjaer to drop a player after losing to RB Leipzig – Originally published on Sportslens.com
Manchester United were down after a 2-3 loss excluded from the Champions League against RB Leipzig on Wednesday.
According to reports from the Manchester Evening News a number of United players believe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should drop David de Gea for Dean Henderson.
Many players feel that Henderson deserves an enema on the side after De Gea's form slump. In fact, Henderson made a huge impression on his teammates in training.
The Spaniard struggled during the game and received heavy criticism from Paul Scholes, the former United player turned football expert.
De Gea failed to intercept Angelino's deflected cross for the game. The third goal was scored by Justin Kluivert and Scholes called it a "criminal" goalkeeper .
Scholes was of the opinion that De Gea did not want to conquer the cross with conviction and accused him of being afraid of injury.
Should Henderson start before De Gea?
Henderson was brilliant for Sheffield United last season when he was on loan. He did not concede 13 times last season but the English goalkeeper has struggled to play regular matches at Old Trafford this season.
Indeed, there have been suggestions that he united with a number of clubs such as [1945901010ausgeliehenlassenkönnte] Celtic should be interested in his signature .
Henderson barely set foot wrong when he was called on to use the term. The 23-year-old played in United's 3-1 win over West Ham in United's last Premier League game and played a huge role in equalizing Paul Pogba.
De Gea is undoubtedly a world class goalkeeper, but there is no harm in trying out Henderson for a few games. A healthy competition for the goalkeeper spot will evoke the statement that De Gea is not indispensable and that his position on the team is not guaranteed.
United went into the final in Germany, where only one point would have been enough for them to qualify for the knockout phase of the Champions League. Instead, they have to be content with a place in the Europa League.