Manchester United are ready to consider goalkeeper David de Gea's future at the club this summer after growing concerned with his mentality, according to one report.
The Spaniard has made a number of costly mistakes this season, the latest of which came in Sunday's 1-1 draw with Everton when he decided to just kick the ball straight at Dominic Calvert-Lewin, who was given what felt like an eternity to close down the keeper.
Obviously, that's not good. But what's worse is that it was his seventh mistake which has cost United a goal since the start of last season - no player has made more in that timeframe. According to the Daily Mail, United aren't best pleased with it all.
Club officials are said to have concerns about his waning concentration and general level of performance of their four-time Player of the Year.
They already had to suffer through an abysmal run of form from De Gea last season, and it is thought that the Spaniard might have lost himself more than few fans because of his penchant for making life harder than it needs to be.
To make matters worse, De Gea has had to sit and watch 22-year-old Dean Henderson shine on loan with Sheffield United this season.
United have been keeping a keen eye on the youngster's progress, and they are set to hold talks with the Blades over the coming weeks to decide on his future.
He is described as a 'genuine' threat to De Gea, and it is suggested that some at the club would be prepared to bring him back this summer.
There's no doubt that De Gea is still a great goalkeeper, but at the end of the day, if you're costing your team goals, it becomes pretty tough to keep you in the starting lineup.
Meanwhile, his international teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga can't get a game at Chelsea these days because of his mistakes. Maybe neither of them actually want to play at Euro 2020. It's all so obvious now.
Source : 90min