Man Utd urged fast replace ‘De Gea downgrade’ Onana
Former Premier League striker Chris Sutton believes that Manchester United should consider replacing goalkeeper Andre Onana due to his inconsistent performances and perceived downgrade compared to David de Gea. Onana was signed for €52.5 million to replace De Gea, known for his proficiency with his feet. However, Sutton is more concerned about Onana’s shot-stopping and overall goalkeeping abilities, seeing him as a lesser option to De Gea in crucial aspects of goalkeeping. He suggests that Manchester United should consider an upgrade on Onana, especially focusing on the fundamental aspects of keeping the ball out of the net.
“That can happen. But I’m more worried about watching him week in and week out. I don’t think he’s commanding. I don’t think his shot-stopping is great. And that’s not what Manchester United need at this moment in time.”
“I think he’s a downgrade on De Gea and that’s a big worry. I think most Manchester United fans would agree with me.”