David De Gea's Abductor Injury Confirmed

David De Gea's Abductor Injury Confirmed
By Balls Team Updated

There was some bad news last night for any Manchester United fans dreaming that their club might be able to radically turn their form around and shock Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday. David De Gea came off in the 59th minute of Spain's Euro 2020 qualifier with Sweden last night and it looks unlikely that he'll be available to play this weekend.

Spain coach Robert Moreno confirmed that De Gea had suffered an abductor injury.

"De Gea was treated at the break and decided to continue. He has a puncture in the abductor," he said.

De Gea made a number of enormous saves last night in the 1-1 draw.

He was subbed off after making this double save.

De Gea likely won't be out for an extended period but we'll likely see Sergio Romero between the sticks at Old Trafford on Sunday.

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