DDG WINS HENDERSON BATTLE FOR NOW

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea (DDG) has won his battle with Dean Henderson for now after he started the new Premier League campaign in goal last weekend. David De Gea was in goal as Manchester United thumped Leeds United 5-1 to move to the summit as far as the Premier League table is concerned.

NO EXIT TALKS FOR DE GEA

Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano has given an update on the future of David De Gea at Manchester United as it looks like the Spanish international might stay at Old Trafford beyond this summer. David De Gea was strongly linked with a move away from the Theatre of Dreams when he lost his place to England international Dean Henderson in the Manchester United starting XI but managed to regain his place towards the end of last season culminating in him being the villain as the Red Devils were beaten by Villarreal in the Europa League final.

PREMIER LEAGUE: UNITED SEAL SECOND PLACE

Manchester United have sealed second place on the Premier League standings for this season despite playing a score draw with already-relegated Fulham at home on Tuesday. The point earned was enough to see the Red Devils finish this season as the second best team behind city rivals Manchester City with a game to spare after Leicester City were beaten at Chelsea.

DE GEA: SOLKSJAER MUST BE RUTHLESS

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might need to copy from Sir Alex Ferguson's book of ruthlessness this summer especially in his goalkeeping department.

Sir Alex Ferguson was a master of moving players on during his time at the club and Solskjaer might need to learn a thing or two from him to arrive at his goalkeeper for next season.

DE GEA IN CONTENTION FOR MILAN

Manchester United have been boosted by the return of goalkeeper David De Gea ahead of the crucial second leg clash with hosts AC Milan at the round of 16 stage in the Europa League.

SOLSKJAER URGED TO DROP DE GEA

Jamie Carragher has told Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop first choice goalkeeper David De Gea in favour of his promising understudy, Dean Henderson. David De Gea has come under scrutiny due to his performances in the Manchester United goal this season and has split opinions amongst fans and pundits on whether it is time to drop him from the starting XI in favour of Dean Henderson, who has done well anytime he was named in the Manchester United XI this season.

THIAGO STUNS WITH DE GEA SELECTION

New Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara has left a lot of the Reds fans stunned after he named Manchester United shot stopper David De Gea in his five-a-side team ahead of his Liverpool teammate Alisson Becker.

Thiago Alcantara opted for a goalkeeper from arch rivals Manchester United when he was asked to name his five-a-side team by Liverpoolfc.com. According to him, he selected his team based on the chemistry he has with the players.

DE GEA INSISTS HE IS HAPPY AT UNITED

Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has insisted he is very happy at the club and sees himself spending more years at Old Trafford, quashing rumors of a likely exit from a club where he has called home since 2011.

The Spanish shot-stopper was signed by legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson from Spanish La Liga giants Atlético Madrid in 2011 and has since had tremendous individual seasons that have made him regarded as one of the best goalkeepers in the game.

PHIL NEVILLE SAYS POGBA’S ATTITUDE IMPROVED

Phil Neville says he is confident Paul Pogba will stay at Manchester United for years to come after the French midfielder found a different aura in the side that he returned to since his lay off stint months ago.

Pogba had appeared for the club since September as the Premier Leagueprepared for its return earlier this month and despite being the club’s A-list player, it felt as though Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had moved on and was planning for life without him.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer praises Bruno Fernandes’ winning mentality

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has heaped praise on the winning mentality of midfielder Bruno Fernandes. The Portuguese only made the move to Old Trafford from Sporting in January but he has made a quick impression with two goals and two assists from four Premier League appearances.