Manchester United manger Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may likewise start Argentine goal keeper Sergio Romero ahead of the Spaniard Sergio Romero going into the Cup game vs Manchester City.
David De Gea has been Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s main priority in the Premier League since he’s got what it takes to start Matches. De Gea, once among one of the most valued goal keepers hasn’t lived up to the billing in recent times, but his form hasn’t been poor.
Solskjaer and his men played a stalemate on Saturday in the FA Cup tie with Wolverhampton Wanderers, earning a replay with the Wolves at Old Trafford.
Sergio Romero starting ahead of De Gea would ease off pressure on the Spaniard and promote sqaud rotation, this giving United an avenue to rest players even as the fight for a Champions League place if possible I the league.
Romero, Argentine number one hasn’t caught the eye of his Norwegian manager at Unity and had to sit out for De Gea who hasn’t shown his full strength in recent matches.
Manchester United face Manchester City in another Manchester Derby of the season, but in another cup competition. The last time the two teams met was in a Premier League match which ended in favour of the Red devils.