Neville doubts Pickford's ability to replace De Gea at Man Utd

Tanya Simon
November 20, 2018

There may be times when you decide good or bad and for me it is unfair that you blame De Gea.

Manchester United legend Gary Neville has questioned their interest in Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

Juventus are interested in signing De Gea and United may be faced with the possibility of selling the Spain worldwide.

Neville, speaking ahead of England's Nations League victory over Croatia, revealed he had serious doubts about Pickford but the former United defender is coming round to the 24-year-old.

In a poll held on on Friday, which received 100,072 votes, Spain fans provided further proof of De Gea's precarious position as La Roja's number one.

The Red Devils are monitoring the market with their own shot stopper David de Gea soon to be entering the final year of his Old Trafford contract.

"Considering the group that we had, which was one of the most hard, I make a positive assessment", the former Barcelona boss told TVE.

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'I think the fact you get more time to play out a the back than you normally would in the Premier League.

De Gea can walk away from the club for free in 2020, meaning United are soon set to be faced with the dilemma of holding on to their prized asset or cashing in before losing him for nothing.

He added: "He's not my idea of what a goalkeeper would be". I always thought a keeper should be dominant.

As his contract situation rumbles on, the Sun claim that United are already looking at alternatives should their current number one leave, and they are targetting Everton goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford.

"I was always of the Peter Schmeichel, the big presence".

Pickford made a £30million move to Goodison Park from Sunderland in 2017, following the Black Cats relegation from the Premier League.

'He doesn't look huge in the goal.

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