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.

Liverpool legend Jamie Carraghersaid Manchester United will need to sort out their goalkeeping department if they have designs on winning the Premier League title anytime soon. Jamie Carragher spoke about David De Gea, Dean Henderson and Manchester United on Sky Sports during the discussion on the goalkeeping situation at the club. Jamie Carragher was quite frank in his assessment as he said Manchester United won't win the league with David De Gea as their goalkeeper.Manchester United are still pushing hard for the Premier League title but it's increasingly looking like noisy neighbours Manchester City will win the title. Jamie Carragher wants Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop David De Gea in favour of Dean Henderson to test if Henderson is ready to be the number one goalkeeper at the Theatre of Dreams. Jamie Carragherurged Solskjaer to test Dean Henderson for the rest of the season to determine if the young shot stopper shows his quality and also shows that he can make the step up to be the first choice goalkeeper at Old Trafford. Jamie Carragher said Manchester United won't need to sign a new goalkeeper if Dean Henderson was able to prove himself. Manchester United would need to sign a new goalkeeper if Dean Henderson is unable to pass the first choice goalkeeper test.