GOOD MORNING UTD FANS,
Ole Gunnar Solskajer is agonising over who to make his number one goalkeeper in the final Premier League run-in.
Dean Henderson has enjoyed a run of six games while David De Gea was given time off for the birth of his first child.
Solskjaer said: “It’s difficult to leave one of them out. It’s easy to give the nod they’ll play, it’s difficult to leave one out. Where there can be potential tension and controversy, everyone wants to hear a comment from me.
“They are both top goalkeepers and both of them want to play as much as possible. But who we pick will be decided on merit and we have to think of who’s going give us a win on any given day.
“Both will be needed in these final nine league games and five in the Europa League because we want to go all the way in that.”
Meanwhile on the transfer front, Solskjaer is refusing to be drawn into a public battle to land Erling Haaland.
He said: “Even though I worked with Erling it’s not right for me as Manchester United manager to talk about Erling, he will make his own mind up.
“I’m focusing on the next two months and whatever happens in the world of football there is only so many places anyone can go to and I just, focus on the ones who are here.”
And finally, United have reportedly entered the race for Everton defender Thierry Small.
The Express claim the 16-year-old could leave Goodison Park on a free transfer following limited first-team opportunities.
And United are set to rival Arsenal, Brentford, Brighton and even Bayern Munich for the Everton academy graduate’s signature.
But the report adds that Small is ready to spurn the advances of any big clubs with playing time his current priority.