Manchester United to stick with De Gea as Romero suffers knee injury

Manchester United to stick with De Gea as Romero suffers knee injury

The Spain worldwide has made mistakes in his last five games, including a high-profile error during the 1-1 draw with Chelsea, but Solskjaer's possible selection dilemma no longer applies after Romero picked up a knee problem.

"Sergio was injured [on Thursday] so didn't train, tweaked his knee, and David has been training well this week".

The possibility of several departures and United's failure to crack the top two for the fifth time in six seasons could lead to an influx of fresh faces and manager Solskjaer is confident high-calibre players are within the club's reach.

"David wants to prove what a good goalkeeper he is".

There remains uncertainty over where De Gea will be playing next season, and that has affected his performances. Captain Antonio Valencia will definitely move on, while midfielder Ander Herrera and forward Juan Mata are both out of contract.

He said: "We might be in the Champions League next year, because we have got a chance, or we might not be".

"That's just the lure of Man United, the potential and size of the club, that we will get back to the good days". Victor Lindelof is certain to start at the back and we could see Jones partner the Swede, if he can be fit in time.

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Neither Marcus Rashford or Romelu Lukaku scored during United's seven fixtures in April, with the latter having failed to score a league goal since a brace in the win over Southampton on March 2.

Sixth-placed United are also unlikely to claim a Champions League berth as they are three points behind Chelsea, who are fourth, and one from fifth-place Arsenal.

The rebuilding process at Manchester United will begin this summer under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with several players rumoured to be on the chopping block as the Norwegian sets about overhauling an underperforming squad.

The club are expected to hire a sporting director this summer and United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward has discussed the position with Rio Ferdinand.

"I'll have a final say if a player comes in or goes out", Solskjaer said.

"And we've got regular meetings".

"Huddersfield, they are relegated, they didn't have a great season but last season they did brilliantly, it was a very hard place to go, I can tell you that", he added. We're supposed to sign 250 players... hopefully we can get players in that you haven't written about as well.