Erik ten Hag supplies replace on David de Gea’s Man Utd function after Sevilla nightmare
Erik ten Hag confronted questions on David de Gea’s Manchester United function after his calamitous efficiency in Thursday’s 3-0 loss at Sevilla.
The Crimson Devils had been dumped out of the UEFA Europa League on the quarter-final stage having been one of many favourites to go all the best way within the competitors.
They led 2-0 within the first leg at Outdated Trafford, however personal objectives from Tyrell Malacia and Harry Maguire within the last 10 minutes noticed Sevilla draw stage.
United wilted underneath the cosh again in Spain. De Gea’s hospital move to Maguire noticed him give the ball away and present Youssef En-Nesyri an opener, whereas the goalkeeper’s continued lack of ability to assert crosses noticed Loic Bade nod in Sevilla’s second of the night.
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De Gea’s embarrassment was compounded when he raced out of his field to regulate a excessive ball, however mis-controlled it as an alternative and allowed En-Nesyri to spherical off the scoring.
Ten Hag was requested in his post-match press convention about De Gea’s suitability and whether or not he’ll proceed between the sticks.
“He is the one with probably the most clear sheets within the Premier League, that exhibits he is a really succesful goalkeeper,” the Dutchman replied.
90min understands United are assured of tying De Gea right down to a brand new contract along with his present deal up in the summertime.
Nevertheless, they’d additionally like to herald one other goalkeeper as they give the impression of being to plan for the long-term.
Porto’s Diogo Costa and Brentford’s David Raya – who has taken De Gea’s place within the Spain nationwide group setup – are of curiosity to United.
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