Eric den Haag has given no consideration to bringing down Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea.
De Gea has made two high-profile errors in recent weeks in the Europa League defeat at Sevilla and last week’s Premier League defeat to West Ham.
The 32-year-old is approaching the final weeks of his current contract but is expected to sign a renewal with United on a reduced salary.
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However, Den Haag confirmed that De Gea – who has started all 34 league games this season – is in line for Wolves’ visit on Saturday.
„No, I don’t consider it,” said Den Haag. “He will definitely play.
„As a great footballer, you have situations like this and you have to deal with it. Every great footballer does [has] A high demand. The demand is that you accept it, deal with it and you do.
„There is [his contract situation] A reason? No, I don’t think it’s because David is so experienced. That is not a reason. I can think of a thousand and one reasons, but I don’t think that’s the reason.”
Den Haag made it clear that he was watching Amat’s future is back at United Following his season-long loan with Sunderland, Hannibal Mejbri, Alvaro Fernandez and Ethan Laird are set to return on loan at Championship clubs.
United must also decide on the future of Dean Henderson, now that his season-long loan with Nottingham Forest has ended due to surgery on a hamstring problem. Henderson, 26, has not played since January 21 and could be sidelined for up to three months.
Den Haag explained: „As I said, we loan them out – not when they’re over a certain age – but when we loan out young players, the aim is for them to progress, for them to develop, and then bring them back as part of our first team. team and our first team.”
United are fourth in the Premier League table and need to win three of their last four league games to qualify for the Champions League, but they are just one point ahead of Liverpool.
Three of United’s four matches are at home and they have dropped just nine points in the league all season at Old Trafford. Brighton, who won on the opening weekend, are the only side to leave United with three domestic points.
„Of course we take it, we know we are very strong at home,” noted den Haag. „For the enemy, it’s not a great place.
„If you have faith, if you believe, especially with the fans we can build solidarity and create an environment, it’s even harder for opponents.
„But it starts with quality and the way we play, and it’s our responsibility to take that.”
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