Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea will likely return to the Red Devils starting lineup despite uncertainty over his future.
De Gea was on track to be sold to Real Madrid, but late paperwork caused the deal to fall through.
According to the Daily Mirror, Man United midfielder Juan Mata said that there no issues between De Gea and manager Louis van Gaal.
“I’ve talked with him a lot. There have been hectic and stressful days but he is such a quiet, centred person, nothing changes,” Mata said.
“The last two years David has been the best player in our team. His saves have earned us a lot of points. I have no doubt this will be a very good year, too.”
The Dutch boss felt that transfer rumours were too much of a distraction for de Gea, so Sergio Romero has served as the No.1 goalkeeper at the beginning of the season.
It seems the Spanish international will play out the final year of his contract at Old Trafford, but the Red Devils are expected to make a furious effort to sign him to a long-term deal.
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