Danny Murphy, a former Liverpool player, has instructed Erik ten Hag to part ways with Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea and bring in a another keeper who will better fit his playing style.
Murphy asserts that if Erik ten Hag wants to play out from the back, De Gea must be removed.
In Saturday’s 4-0 loss to Brentford, two blunders by the Spanish goalkeeper allowed Brentford’s first and second goals.
“The one thing about Manchester United that gets me is that it wants to play out from the back, I get it, right I get it, he [Ten Hag] wants to play football through the lines,” Danny Murphy said on Monday’s Game Night.
“But if you’re going to play out from the back you have to have a goalkeeper who’s capable of doing it, and he’s not [De Gea]”