Manchester United goal keeper David de Gea injured his little finger in right hand whilst on international duty. Check all the latest updates here.
Thursday, 20th November
Sunday, 16th November
There are reports from Spain that David de Gea could play for Spain in Tuesday’s friendly against 2014 World Champions Germany. Spain’s medical staff are waiting till Sunday for his swelling to subside. They will then examine the injury and will take a decision whether he will stay with the rest of the team or will be allowed to return to England.
Saturday, 15th November
We have the latest update on David De Gea Injury from Spain. Spanish newspaper ABC says that De Gea’s injury is not serious, as he has passed his medical and a good 48 hour rest would be enough to get him into full fitness.
Óscar Celada, the Spanish team doctor said that he has just suffered a dislocation on his fifth finger, and that the bone hasn’t cracked or anything like that.
He was asked if he wanted to leave the group to return back to United, but the Spaniard said No. It is unknown whether he would play the next game for Spain, but it is likely that he will not be risked.
Friday, 14th November
English newspaper Daily Mail published an article yesterday where they claimed that the Manchester United goal keeper may remain out injured for up to four weeks.
Manchester United goal keeper David de Gea has suffered a finger injury during training at the Nuevo Colombino stadium in Huelva.
The 24-year-old during his training at the Spain national camp, suffered an injury in his little finger on the right hand, as a result of which couldn’t finish the rest of the training session. The Spaniard was trying to save a low drive shot from Paco Alcácer, when this injury happened.
De Gea is attended by Spain’s team doctors and was immediately withdrawn from the training. The youngster, who missed the World Cup with a muscle injury, is likely to miss out Spain’s next two international matches.
Spanish newspaper AS reports that De Gea has aggravated an old injury suffered on little finger. The doctors will access his situation in the coming days but it is almost certain that he could be rested for Spain’s next two games against Belarus and Germany, mainly on precautionary grounds.