Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear David de Gea won’t be sold.
It has been speculated that one shot-stopper between De Gea and Dean Henderson will have to depart after Tom Heaton signed a two-year deal.
But Solskjaer has shut down those rumours, as he remarked: “It depends on the characters you’ve got and how they gel. It’s healthy competition.
“If you’re too comfortable, I don’t think you get the best out of yourself.
“You need an edge and you need an edge of ‘if I don’t perform, someone else is going to take my place’, but it has to be healthy for the team and healthy for the group.
“If it’s toxic and it’s energy-sapping that’s not great. Last year it was a new situation for David and a new situation for Dean. This year, let’s see how it works out.”