Jose Mourinho says that he will decide which goalkeeper to pick on a game-by-game basis next season.
United are in an enviable position regarding their goalkeeping situation given there are few better back-ups than Sergio Romero.
Earlier this year Mourinho said both shot-stoppers were “equally important”, with the Argentina’s No.1 fine form seeing him start the Europa League triumph and earn a new deal:
“Tomorrow I play Romero, David, 45-45, and not just them three but also Sam Johnstone showed at Aston Villa that he is a good goalkeeper, a good young goalkeeper with potential, so we are really good in goalkeepers.”
“I think I will decide on goalkeepers match by match, yeah.
“It depends on the opponent, it depends on form, it depends on the match we have in the Premier League before and after. It depends on many things.
“I’m not going always to be jumping from keeper to keeper, match, match, match.
“No, but I will try to analyse and the only thing I can say is that we all, not just me, trust both goalkeeper a lot.”