“We have quite a few top goalkeepers and we could also see that against Young Boys,” Ralf Rangnick told reporters in his pre-match press conference.
“Both goalkeepers [Tom Heaton and Dean Henderson] did well that played.
“With David De Gea, we have a top goalkeeper as No.1, so this is the position that we have a minimum three if not four or five good goalkeepers and we will see what the situation will be like in the winter.
“There might be one or two of them wanting to go out on loan somewhere but on the other hand, we have to keep in mind that we have three competitions in the next six months.”
“FA Cup, Premier League, and Champions League and we definitely need three top goalkeepers in order to make up for a player being injured or suspended.”
From the names mentioned above, Deano could leave on loan in January after playing second fiddle to De Gea throughout the season so far.
The Spaniard has, however, been one of the most consistent Manchester United players this term and absolutely deserves his spot.