Former Manchester United man Keith Gillespie has told Football FanCast that the club can afford to sell David de Gea this summer.
De Gea has been with United since 2011 and has gone on to make 434 appearances for the club.
However, this season, he has lost his place after a period of absence, with Dean Henderson playing in the last three top-flight games.
Henderson spent last season on loan at Sheffield United, enjoying an exceptional season, and has even won a cap for England.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has utilised the 24-year-old in various cup competitions, playing in the FA Cup, the League Cup, and the Europa League.
Gillespie believes Henderson is good enough to step into de Gea’s shoes and believes that, as a result, United can cash in on the Spain international this summer.
He has been linked with a move away, with The Sun claiming earlier this month that PSG could make a summer swoop.
Speaking exclusively to FFC, Gillespie said: “De Gea has been fantastic for the period that he’s been there, I think now would probably be a good time to cash in and let him go.
“You have got somebody waiting to come in there, somebody who’s playing now, in Henderson. He did fantastically well last year at Sheffield United. He’s biding his time and when he has had to play, he’s done really well.
“He’s a young English goalkeeper, he could force his way in and be England number one if he gets that regular starting place at Man United.”
De Gea has enjoyed a storied career at Old Trafford, winning the Premier League, the FA Cup, the League Cup and the Europa League, while he has also been voted the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year four times during his United career.
He added: “David de Gea has been fantastic and I think four out of five seasons he won Man United’s Player of the Year, but that shows you how much work he had to do.
“That’s not something that would have happened under Alex Ferguson!”