OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER is tipped to choose between his Manchester United keepers Dean Henderson and David De Gea – then stick with the decision until the summer.
England back-up stopper Henderson played all six United games in March, keeping four clean sheets, after No 1 De Gea went on paternity leave.
And The Telegraph suggest Solskjaer has no plans to rotate his first-choice keepers when they return from the international break.
Second-placed United will get back to Premier League action at Brighton on Sunday evening.
They then play both legs of their Europa League quarter-final against Granada, either side of a trip to Tottenham on April 11.
Henderson returned from two successful loan campaigns with Sheffield United to sign a new United contract last summer.
Solskjaer refused to guarantee the 24-year-old the No 1 top but promised he would finally get his chance this term.
Now many pundits believe his March performances make him first-choice on merit.
That would reverse his usual role with De Gea, who has between the sticks for a decade but with question marks over the past two years.
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Solskjaer, though, has always publicly backed the 30-year-old, who has 45 caps for Spain.
The former Atletico Madrid ace has two years left on his contract, with the option for a further season.
And although De Gea has been linked with a move back to Spain, his weekly salary of about £350,000 would be a headache for interested clubs, especially as finances have been hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
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