DAVID DE GEA looked glum as he arrived at Manchester United’s training ground after committing another clanger at Tottenham on Friday night.
And the Spaniard could be under more pressure next season as Dean Henderson – currently on loan at Sheffield United – has reportedly demanded the No1 spot if he returns to Old Trafford.
Bruno Fernandes’ late penalty rescued a point for the Red Devils after Paul Pogba bamboozled the clumsy Eric Dier who bundled the Frenchman over in the box.
But United were behind inside half an hour when Steve Bergwijn left Harry Maguire in his wake and fired a shot at De Gea’s near post.
Although it was a powerful effort, it was a nice height for the Spaniard but he could only deflect it off his hands and into the net.
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United icon Roy Keane was so angry at half-time he said he would be “swinging punches” at half-time and would make De Gea “get a taxi” back to Manchester after the game.
A downcast De Gea arrived at Carrington in his black motor along with an equally glum looking Harry Maguire and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who pulled up in black Range Rovers.
Bruno Fernandes was also spotted in his Mini that he was seen taking to the shops at the weekend.
Nemanja Matic turned up in his red Ferrari and national hero Marcus Rashford turned up in his swanky Mercedes G-Wagon.
Henderson is set to be offered a new contract by United but will only sign if he is assured of a starting role at Old Trafford next season, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The 23-year-old has been in outstanding form for the Blades this season and Solskjaer recently heaped praise on the stopper when asked about his future.
He said: “Dean has made some great choices over the years and has developed fantastically.
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“We’re looking at that in terms of where he’s going to be next season, but as yet that has not been decided.
“This season has proved a great experience for him, he’s done himself some favours with his performances, and proved he will be England’s No.1 and Man Utd’s No.1 at some point.”
Gary Neville said United can no longer rely on De Ge, 29, after a string of mistakes this season.