David De Gea has taken a lot of criticisms for some of his performances for Manchester United this season.
The Spain international has made a number of errors leading to a goal this season— most recently in the 3-3 draw against Everton.
De Gea has been blamed for being responsible for the first goal against the Toffees, and not doing much to stop their third from going in.
And to properly highlight just how poor the shotstopper has been for us, he’s only saved 60.9% of all the shots he’s faced in the league this season. It’s a very abysmal number, and only Rui Patricio of Wolves has a less save percentage.
Olé Gunnar Solskjaer has already warned that players who don’t perform are likely to be dropped to the bench, which means De Gea needs to up his game urgently.