De Gea will be in goal against Huddersfield on Sunday, Manchester United coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said.
The Spaniard will feature after reserve goalkeeper, Sergio Romero, picked up an injury in training.
De Gea has been responsible for several goals in his last five matches, including a costly error against Chelsea last week which might’ve cost the team a spot in the UCL.
Ole said, “He [De Gea] will play,”
“Sergio was injured [on Thursday] so didn’t train, tweaked his knee, and David has been training well this week.
“David is confident and looking forward to the next two games. He wants to prove how good a goalkeeper he is. He has got all my confidence.”
“In the long-term planning we have to think about being in the Champions League next year because we’ve got a chance,”
“We might not be, and you’d be surprised how many players’ agents have been touting their players, telling us that their players would love to be a part of Man United in the future.
“That’s the lure of Man United, because they know the potential and size of the club.
“Yes, we’re having a tough time at the moment. We’ve had a few seasons that we’ve not got up to the standards we expect, but it’s up to me and the club to change it as quick as possible.
“If it’s a season without the Champions League, who knows, but players still want to come to Man United and you would be surprised by the names that you get asked.”
“I’ll have a final say if a player comes in or goes out,”
“We’ve got regular meetings. I’m happy with the way it’s going, and we’re supposed to sign 250 players because you are all writing about players we should sign.
“Hopefully we can get players in that you haven’t written about as well — you never know.”