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Man United keeper David De Gea could make Premier League return against Liverpool

Manchester United keeper David De Gea could feature in Louis van Gaal’s side as they take on arch-rivals Liverpool this weekend according to the Daily Telegraph.

The 24-year-old custodian is set to start for Spain in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Macedonia on Tuesday night and may be set for a return to Man United’s first-team set-up after the collapse of his move to Real Madrid over the summer.

Louis van Gaal had left out the former Atletico Madrid for his opening Premier League fixtures of the season, fearing the keeper may be ‘unsettled’, but now that the goalie’s long projected move to the Bernabeu has fallen through it appears likely he will once again be Man United’s first choice starter between the sticks.

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David De Gea has arguably been Man United’s most consistent performer over the course of the past two seasons and summer signing Sergio Romero has had an up and down time of it since moving to the club, keeping clean sheets in early fixtures before making errors during the club’s recent defeat to Swansea City.

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