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(Video) David De Gea returns to Carrington but worry as Spaniard shows-off injured knee

Manchester United’s number-one David De Gea has taken to his official social media to post a video of him on the Carrington treatment table after suffering a knee injury during Sunday’s match against Southampton.

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De Gea, 30, was back in action for his side during yesterday’s Premier League match against the Saints but was unfortunately forced off through injury at half-time.

United’s Spanish shot-stopper was beaten twice in the first-half, first from a Jan Bednarek header and then from an inch-perfect James Ward-Prowse free-kick.

Whilst trying to save Ward-Prowse’s pin-point dead-ball effort, De Gea went clattering into the woodwork which resulted in a nasty looking knee injury.

In light of yesterdays’ match, the keeper has since posted a video on his Instagram story showing him laying on the treatment table back at the club’s training complex.

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