- Jose Mourinho has been a staunch critic of Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea
- The Portuguese tactician was United’s manager between 2016 and 2018
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is said to be considering Sergio Romero for their final league game against Leicester
Jose Mourinho was in charge at Old Trafford between 2016 and 2018 and he has claimed that on loan Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is better than David De Gea.
Current United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is faced with the tough decision as regards who will be in goal in their final game when the club face Leicester City in a ‘must not lose’ tie.
De Gea had yet another terrible show in the 3-1 FA Cup semi-final loss against Chelsea.
Angry Manchester United fans have called for De Gea to be dropped as they claim Chelsea’s three goals were way too easy for him to concede.
Solskjaer has repeatedly defended his No .1 but even he lost patience on Sunday, saying De Gea should have saved Mason Mount's shot "100 times out of 100".
Recall that when David De Gea was handed a new contract in September to see him earn £375,000-a-week deal, Mourinho slammed United officials for the idea.
More so, former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich has on several occasions called for the sack of De Gea.
It was gathered that it now becomes a tough decision for Solskjaer who is said to be considering Sergio Romero in United's final Premier League game against Leicester.
However, Manchester United are reportedly on the verge of losing goalkeeper Sergio Romero who is said to be frustrated for Ole Solskjaer's refusal to drop David De Gea.
De Gea who is Manchester United number one goalkeeper is currently not finding it rosy at Old Trafford and there have been many calls for Solskjaer to drop the Spaniard.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea were written off for a Premier League top-four finish by some of the best pundits in England at the start of the season.
Frank Lampard invested in young players with a couple of experienced stars and right now, they are on the brink of qualifying for next season's Champions League.
The Blues on need a draw against Wolves to ensure their place among the top four teams in the English topflight division.
The west London club could still finish in fourth place if they lose to Nuno Espirito Santo's and Manchester United grind a win against Leicester City.
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