David de Gea's poor goalkeeping was one of the principle arguments after the Chelsea clash.
Alan Shearer imagines that De Gea has been given enough possibilities however nothing changes.
His proposition is to settle on Dean Henderson United's new best option goalkeeper.
"At the point when an attendant makes one, perhaps two slip-ups you think OK stay with him. Be that as it may, presently I believe it's the time [for Henderson]," Alan Shearer has advised the BBC after United's misfortune to Chelsea.
One of the game's fundamental features was, lamentably, David de Gea's poor goalkeeping. Given this was not the first run through the Spaniard neglected to convey between the sticks, the training staff may for sure consider demanding Dean Henderson's arrival.
It's yet obscure, notwithstanding, regardless of whether the 23-year-old is set up for new difficulties. On Saturday, Sheffield Utd's administrator Chris Wilder affirmed that the Blades plan to broaden Henderson's advance for one more season.
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