'I don't think he should be rested. They've got to play him till the end'
- Former Arsenal player Parlour wouldn't drop De Gea.
- He concedes his mistakes have been bad.
- But players in other positions drop clangers, too.
David De Gea is living a rough patch at Manchester United with his recent performances. With two more games to go this season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a choice to drop him or keep playing.
Ex-Gunner Ray Parlour believes it's the latter as he said on TalkSPORT: ''Man United against Tottenham at Wembley (1-0). What a performance! He captained the team and they won the game. There have been many occasions when he saved Manchester United.
''Recently, the last few games, he has made really bad mistakes. It's a real tough one. He [Solskjaer] knows, he sees him every day in training. He knows his confidence must've been hit. When a goalkeeper makes a mistake, I'm afraid that's a goal. Everybody makes mistakes. Forwards make mistakes when they miss penalties or open goals.
''I don't think he should be rested. They've got to play him till the end. He's massive for Manchester United. Now Solskjaer has to look at his squad. They need to bring more players in and get rid of a few. Certainly David De Gea won't be one of them.