Bad News For The Red Devils! David De Gea Sustains Injury In Training

Bad news! Really Bad!!. Manchester United first choice goalkeeper David De Gea has dislocated his fingers in training while he was on international duty with Spain.

An official announcement was made by the Spanish Football Association and it states that the young Spaniard has dislocated the little finger of his right hand.
The 24 year old shot-stopper had it going great being the first choice keeper at Old Trafford and at last he got his break in to the first team of Spain ahead of the long time first choice goalkeeper and captain Iker Casillas. De Gea started the last international game for La Roja against Luxembourg and was on his way to establish himself as the Spanish first choice goalie.
The injury means that Iker Casillas will be given a chance to prove himself as the first choice keeper against Belarus in the Euro 2016 qualifier match on Saturday.
David De Gea has started 11 of Manchester United’s Premier League matches and has kept a total of three clean sheets. The former Atletico Madrid keeper is clearly the saviour to the Red Devils so far this season, putting on a string of magnificent saves, especially against Everton. It is very important for the Red Devils that De Gea recovers early as their Bid to return to Europe lies on the availability of the Goal keeper.

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