Ex United player Gary Neville revealed “big decision” on David de Gea’s future in the Red Devils’ shirt.
De Gea was seen on the bench when United drew 0-0 with Crystal Palace on Wednesday night due to “personal reasons”, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Dean Henderson had a good night on the pitch, keeping a clean sheet as he was given the chance against Palace, making his fourth appearance in the Premier League this term.
And Henderson is likely to be De Gea’ potential replacement in the team.
Gary Neville was asked on twitter: “Do you think time is over for De Gea in a United shirt?”
Neville replied: “A big decision is coming soon.”
But Henderson is unlikely to settle for another season of bench warming, so a resolution could well be found this summer.
Neville complimented Henderson’s performance against Palace, as his save late on ensured United escaped with a point.
On commentary for Sky Sports, Neville said: “Onside, offside, it doesn’t really matter. He doesn’t know that,” “Onside, offside, it doesn’t really matter. He doesn’t know that,”
“It’s a big, big moment for the Manchester United goalkeeper. He had to make the save and he did.
“He’ll feel so good if he walks off here with a clean sheet because he’s contributed heavily to it here. What a chance for Crystal Palace.”