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Why Man United’s goalkeeping situation might get worst

Timothy Aiyeku

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David De Gea

Man United have been trying to solve the issues relating to their goalkeeping department with the three major options insisting on being the first choice.

Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea has been preferred by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but with his shaky performance last season and the return of Dean Henderson, there have been reasons to talks about who wants to lead the team.

Sergio Romero seems to be the scapegoat as he has been relegated to the third choice and was not registered in the team for the Champions League. Efforts to leave the club in the summer transfer window failed with Everton keen on his signature.

Now it is reported that he will be leaving the club to join the MLS for so as to secure playing time.

However, England Legend Peter Shilton has hinted that the Red Devils could be thrown into a more deadly goalkeeping crisis in the near rest future.

With Sergio Romero expected to leave before the end of the month, Peter Shilton expressed fears that Dean Henderson could also force a move out of the club.

According to him, the England international is also desperate for the No.1 shirt ahead of David De Gea and he could leave it is not handed to him as the Spanish stopper is also not having the best of form at the moment.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.