Man United goalkeeper David De Gea seems to be the only one not enjoying the present mood the Old Trafford as he is been criticized for his performance this season.
The Red Devils fans have been left divided over David De Gea and his performance with some calling for him to be sole and replaced in this summer transfer window.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has risen to the defence of the Spanish shot-stopper, noting that he is one of the best the world can boast of and has impressed despite the difficult time.
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However, the Red Devils boss exposed something that is a dent to the career of the former Atletico Madrid player, noting that despite being a good goalkeeper, he has not achieved by winning the titles his talent deserves at United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made this claim ahead of David De Gea’s 400th appearance for the Red Devils to beat Peter Schmeichel’s record as foreign players with the most game in the club’s history.
Since joining Man United in 2011, David De Gea has only won 4 trophies, including 1 English Premier League title and 1 Europa League.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer holds the belief that a player with such quality should have won more.