- David de Gea seems to have fallen down the pecking order behind Dean Henderson
- Henderson has started seven of Man United's latest fixtures including against Brighton at the weekend
- The goalkeeping situation at Old Trafford is said to have left De Gea restless, with Ole preferring Henderson ahead of him
- The Spaniard will not be short of options should he decide to leave, with PSG and Real Madrid keen on a move
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Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is reportedly reassessing his future at the club following Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's latest snub.
Solskjaer appears to have put his faith in rival goalie Dean Henderson, having started him against Brighton at the weekend.
The Brighton appearance was Henderson's seventh in a row, with De Gea now yet to feature between the sticks for weeks.
Metro UK reports the situation has now cast further doubt on the Spaniard's future at Old Trafford, signifying a possible departure.
Speaking on his choice of goalkeepers, Solskjaer insisted both shot-stoppers will be involved in the final stages of the season.
However, with Henderson currently ahead of De Gea in the pecking order and six years younger than the Spain international, he is viewed as the club's likely first-choice goalkeeper going forward.
It is now believed De Gea, who is widely regarded as the best keeper in Europe, cannot settle for limited game time at Old Trafford, and he is already weighing his options.
The 30-year-old has spent close to 10 years at the Theatre of Dreams but could now call time on his United career.
Fortunately for him, he will not be short of options, with a number of top European clubs thought to be monitoring him.
Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and former side Atletico Madrid have all been linked with a possible move.
While wading into the debate on De Gea's future, former United defender Rio Ferdinand revealed there is a chance the experienced goalkeeper could be moved on this summer. Rio was quoted saying.
"If Dean Henderson finishes the season as number one, I don’t see De Gea staying there. No chance, I don’t see it. I think he’ll go out now.
"His wages will be a determining factor but at the end of the day, two number ones doesn’t work. De Gea has been a mainstay in the team but Ole is maybe seeing things differently now. He’s put Henderson in front of him in the queue. Does De Gea accept that and stay? I don’t think so."
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United icon Rio Ferdinand believes Louis van Gaal was wrong to have sold some players during his reign at Old Trafford.
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The Dutchman spent just two years in charge of the Red Devils - winning the FA Cup title before being shown the exit doors.
Just like any other manager, the 69-year-old signed some players which also led to a few others leaving the club including Danny Welbeck, who joined Arsenal for £18 million.