Manchester United fans are in agreement over shot stopper David de Gea after his performance against Leicester.
The Red Devils goalkeeper used to be labelled the best in the world but has struggled in recent seasons.
Early on against Leicester, De Gea suffered an error when he gave the ball straight to an opposition player when trying to pick out Harry Maguire.
The Foxes somehow didn't capitalise as they should have.
But there was no let off for De Gea, with fans calling for him to be dropped for Dean Henderson on social media.
"DeGea, not the safe hands he used to be," one wrote.
"De Gea is a bit finished isn't he yet Ole doesn't fully trust Henderson. We are in goalkeeping limbo this season," said another.
"Henderson in I'm so tired of De Gea," a third wrote.
"Henderson should deffo be No.1 over De Gea," one stated.
"Not blaming him but increasingly it’s looking more sensible to cash in on De Gea and give Henderson the chance to step up," a fifth said.
But will Henderson get his chance?
"Dean wants to stay at Manchester United and play for Manchester United," said Solskjaer earlier this season.
"I can't see the logic in him playing only one game before Christmas. Do you know how many games we've got? So I disagree completely that Tuesday could be make or break for Dean.
"He has come back in, he is training really well, he is maturing. He is training with, for me, one of the best goalkeepers in the world. He has got potential to be one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
"It's a great competition between them, so I don't buy that argument that it is a make or break for him."
However, former England goalkeeper David Seaman believes Henderson has to start playing more if he wants to play for his country more often.
“If Dean Henderson wants any chance of becoming England keeper, then he needs to play more football," the Arsenal and England legend told The Target Men Podcast .
“If he becomes Manchester United ’s number one, then he’s a real threat to Jordan Pickford and I think he’ll probably leapfrog Nick Pope.
"He’s got the experience from his time at Sheffield [United]. So, he’s got all the experience he needs, he just needs playing time, so if it’s not at Man United, then I think he really needs to go somewhere else."
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