Manchester United legend Roy Keane has revealed he is worried about Dean Henderson’s ‘presence’ in goal, insisting the stopper ‘looks so small’ between the sticks.
Henderson has replaced David De Gea as the club’s no.1 goalkeeper recently but failed to impress in Manchester United’s 4-2 defeat to Liverpool on Thursday night.
“He looks so small in the goals, that’s my worry [over] Henderson,” Keane told Sky Sports.
“He has a good mentality, good temperament and is good with his feet, but I’ve seen a few goals go in recently where he looks so small in the goals.
“He looked tiny there for the fourth goal.
“He has been given a run of games. Tonight he may look at it and go ‘it’s not my best night’, but he needs a run of games.”
“They can’t go back to De Gea, I don’t think that’s the final answer either,” he added.
“He [Henderson] is going to make mistakes of course, but my worry is his presence.
“He looks so small, which is a big concern going forward.”