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Submitted by jak3y13oy 814d ago | rumor

Manchester United to Sign New Goalkeeper as Doubts Remain over David De Gea

Manchester United is becoming increasingly concerned about the lack of consistent form showed by each of its first-team goalkeepers, David De Gea and Anders Lindegaard. (Asmir Begovic, English Premier League, Manchester United, Stoke city, Transfers)

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Sameh93  +   814d ago
I'm sure this doesn't need to be iterated again, but it's our defense that's the problem, not the man between the sticks. De Gea is a proven shotstopper, maybe not the best at set pieces, but he'll learn - every young keeper has a major flaw that must be worked on in order to become a world class keeper. Fergie needs to sign up a new CB at least - I would love for that new CB to be Mats Hummels.
Thefreeman012  +   814d ago
If only.hummels would come. I really want that to happen
FootballZilla  +   813d ago
This isnt true they have to stick with De Gea

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