Manchester United supervisor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not sure whether or not David de Gea will get better in time for Wednesday’s Champions League recreation towards Paris St Germain after the Spanish goalkeeper suffered a knee harm.
De Gea banged his knee on the goalpost in his failed try to preserve out Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse’s free kick and was withdrawn at halftime in Sunday’s 3-2 win at St Mary’s.
“Let’s have slightly examine on (De Gea),” Solskjaer informed Sky Sports activities. “Hopefully he will likely be okay for Wednesday however I’m unsure.”
De Gea was changed by Dean Henderson, who has been given few alternatives to impress since getting back from his mortgage spell at Sheffield United.
“Dean performed nicely. He’s a keeper who’s used to being vocal,” Solskjaer stated. “He needs to organise his group. He didn’t have large saves to make however he was secure along with his fingers.”
United lead Champions League Group H with 9 factors from 4 matches.
(Reporting by Hardik Vyas in Bengaluru; Modifying by Peter Rutherford)