Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might need to copy from Sir Alex Ferguson's book of ruthlessness this summer especially in his goalkeeping department.

Sir Alex Ferguson was a master of moving players on during his time at the club and Solskjaer might need to learn a thing or two from him to arrive at his goalkeeper for next season.

Spanish international David De Gea has been the undisputed first choice goalkeeper for around a decade but his place has been under threat this season after several high profile mistakes plus the form of Dean Henderson.

According to Solskjaer, 24-year-old Dean Henderson is a future first choice goalkeeper for both Manchester United and the England national team. In recent games, Solksjaer has opted to start Henderson in goal at the expense of David De Gea thus leading to talks over the future of the Spaniard at the club.

Former Manchester United defender Dennis Irwin in an exclusive interview with the Daily Mirror said Solskjaer will have to make a firm decision on who his number one goalkeeper would be ahead of the new season.

Irwin mentioned Ferguson as the man who was an expert in moving big name players at the right as he asked if picking De Gea over Henderson would mean that the progress of the latter is being suppressed. He was quick to point out that De Gea remains an unbelievable shot stopper despite him coming for heavy criticisms due to high profile mistakes over the last two seasons.

When De Gea was at the peak of his powers, he came close to joining Real Madrid. In the end, the Ex-Atletico Madrid shot stopper stayed at Old Trafford. Real Madrid wanted to sign him partly due to his status as one of the best goalkeepers in world football. He won the Player of the Year at Old Trafford on three occasions.