According to the Daily Mail, the Dutch strategist no longer trusts De Gea.
David de Gea’s future at Man Utd is in big question. Although there have been talks about a new contract, however, as The Athletic reported, Man Utd “turned over” the Spanish star and wanted a deal with a lower income than most recent negotiations.
In the latest developments, journalist Chris Wheeler updated that coach Erik ten Hag did not want to use De Gea as the number one choice in the position of the keeper.
After the deplorable mistakes of the Spaniard at the end of last season, he lost faith in the Man Utd captain. Therefore, Ten Hag wants Man Utd to invest heavily to bring in a quality goalkeeper, instead of spending about 15 million euros to bring back a plan to compete fairly with De Gea next season.
According to many reputable sources, the Red Devils have targeted Inter Milan star Andre Onana . They predict Onana can ‘become a Man Utd player on Friday’, when negotiations are currently quite active.