It may be young De Gea's first season, therefore patience must be shown in order for him to fulfill his full potential.
But you can't ignore the fact that Lindergaard has done very well in the games he has played in - consistency and performing under pressure has been the key to sucess for him. He's taken his chances better then the Spaniard has.
Should Lindergaard be regarded as Manchester United's #1 'keeper or De Gea? Share your reasons.
Based on recent games, and in general [ ignoring the potential ] which out of the two is the better 'keeper & why?