Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has huge decision to make in Europa League final

As Manchester United manager, these are the hardest decisions to make. Who to leave out of a final?

According to ESPN, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a huge decision to make on Wednesday night that is likely to see at least one player leave the club in the summer.

Respected journalist Mark Ogden’s in-depth piece looks at the David de Gea vs Dean Henderson selection dilemma the manager faces in Gdansk.

Ultimately, the report strongly suggests that whomever from De Gea or Henderson is snubbed for the eagerly awaited European final will leave the club in the summer.

Henderson has had a run in the team but his performance against Liverpool raised a few eyebrows. Although the team played poorly that day, it’s important to remember how many times De Gea pulled us out of the mud in average teams.

I have a feeling it will be the Spaniard who starts in Gdnask – and he will be our first choice stopper next term.

It is claimed that Solskjaer is torn between the two goalkeepers – but we’re sure he already knows who he will be picking for the match. He accepts that whoever is overlooked will consider the decision the end of their career at Old Trafford.

With that in mind, adding that it has come from a respected reporter when it comes to things United, suggests it we won’t have both De Gea and Henderson at the at Old Trafford next season.

Tell us in the comment section who would you prefer between the sticks against Villarreal?

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3 responses to “Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has huge decision to make in Europa League final”

  1. Sarah Brady says:

    Manchester United number one goalkeeper is David de gea will never leave he will always be number one goalkeeper. he saves the team he should always be best player as goalkeeper. so i think ole should put dean Henderson out on load or bench sell him

  2. Welly says:

    It’s wiser for Ole to go with De Gea for the final simply on the basis that he is more experienced than Henderson & he seems to have rediscovered his form lately. But fielding him ahead of Henderson shouldn’t not be heralded as a death knell to the latter’s Man U career.De Gea has been off form for too long now but Ole chose to stick with him often with dire consequences to the team.It would be fair to Dean if he is accorded the same patience De Gea has been given when he was performing poorly.why should a poor performance in one game when the defence was shambolic be used as an excuse to ship him out??that’s too harsh in my estimation. He should be given a good run of games next season & the plans to sign a good back up keeper who is content with playing that role are noble.Dean has age on his side & he can improve but I don’t see the same happening with De Gea.given his age he should be at the peak of his career & should be giving us consistent performance but this isn’t happening. In my opinion the person who should leave in summer should be David and not Dean. He can resuscitate his fortunes in a different environment as Lingard has proven. I doubt if sticking with Man U would rejuvenate him at all.Should a scenario where the chance of signing a proven high quality keeper avails itself then perhaps it’ll be better to ship both out.

  3. Geraldine Mulvaney says:

    David de gea no 1 all day long no 1 keeper in world not just at utd i really hope to see de gea in goals tm