Sheffield United Make Dean Henderson Tweet Following David De Gea's Error

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Sheffield United Make Dean Henderson Tweet Following David De Gea's Error

Sheffield United have tweeted about Dean Henderson following David De Gea's mistake for Manchester United and fans think it's intentional.

De Gea made a calamitous mistake on Sunday afternoon after his poor clearance ricocheted straight into his net off Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

Henderson is on United's books but is currently on loan at for the season at Bramall Lane and is impressing.

'The Blades' took to Twitter to post a picture of the 22-year-old with the caption 'Deano'.


Fans on Twitter have reacted to the post and think it's a jab at De Gea's mistake.




Some fans are also convinced it's a jibe at Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

Pickford is England's number one but has made a number of high profile mistakes, including one to let United back into this afternoon's game.

Bruno Fernandes netted an equaliser for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side with a long range drive.

But the 'Toffees' shot-stopper let the ball slip from his grasp with many thinking it should have been a routine save.


Despite this, it's De Gea's mistake which will likely garner most of the headlines.

The Spaniard has now made seven mistakes leading directly to opposition goals since the beginning of last season, the joint-most in the league.

His time as number one at Old Trafford could be coming to an end with the impressive Henderson waiting in the wings.

Do you think Dean Henderson could be Manchester United's number one next season?

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Featured Image Credit: Sheffield United & Sky Sports

Topics: David De Gea, Football, Manchester United, Sheffield United, Dean Henderson, Premier League, Jordan Pickford, Everton

Daniel Marland
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