Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea saw his dream move to Real Madrid crash and burn on transfer deadline day, and with a move being on the cards for weeks had been dropped by manager Louis van Gaal after admitting his head was not really in the game.
Having now not played a game for several weeks Spanish international trainer Vicente Del Bosque put the 24-year-old shot-stopper in nets for the 1-0 Euro 2016 qualifier win over Macedonia last night.
De Gea is now set to return to United’s Carrington training ground today where he will have face-to-face talks with manger Louis van Gaal regarding his future at the club, and should van Gaal here what he wants De Gea could be reinstated as the Red Devils No.1 for this weekend’s clash with Liverpool.
Express Sport understands the Dutchman is ready to recall De Gea for United’s huge clash with Liverpool on Saturday (5.30pm).
“I wanted to play and now we’ll see after the international break if I’m lucky with my club,” De Gea said.
“My future’s going to be the same as it is now: I’m calm; I’ll keep working and improving – in short, I’m enjoying my football and I’m happy.”