Former England striker, Ian Wright, has told Manchester United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, to show he is not afraid to make big decisions by dropping David De Gea, for their final two games of the Premier League season.
De Gea has made a number of errors in recent games, including one that allowed Chelsea to equalize in Sunday’s 1-1 draw.
The result saw United remain in sixth place and dented their chances of finishing in the top four.
Solskjaer backed De Gea to shake off his poor form in their final two games against Huddersfield Town and Cardiff City, but Wright believes the Norwegian has to take a different approach.
“If he [Solskjaer] really wants to stamp his mark and let people know he isn’t afraid to make decisions, he should take him out.
“If the manager explains everything and tells him face to face why he’s leaving him out and giving him a break, that’s man-management and that’s what Solskjaer has to do,” Wright said on BBC Radio 5 Live.