‘Such a useless signing’: Manchester United fans criticise Martin Dubravka loan deal as a ‘waste of time’ as Newcastle recall their goalkeeper after just TWO games for Erik ten Hag’s side
- Manchester United fans have criticised the loan signing of Martin Dubravka
- Newcastle have recalled the goalkeeper after he made just two appearances
- Dubravka failed to keep a clean sheet v Aston Villa and Burnley in Carabao Cup
Manchester United fans have criticised the loan signing of goalkeeper Martin Dubravka as 'pointless'.
Newcastle have elected to recall Dubravka from his loan spell after he made just two appearances for Erik ten Hag's side, both of which came in the Carabao Cup.
Dubravka failed to keep a clean sheet against Aston Villa and Burnley, and fans have been left baffled as to why he was signed in the first place. Although he joined on a season-long loan, Newcastle had the option to recall him in January and they have chosen to bring him back to St James' Park at the earliest possible opportunity.
Manchester United fans have criticised the decision to bring in Martin Dubravka on loan
One United fan stated that the signing of Dubravka was useless. They wrote: 'Dubravka was such a useless signing. Basically paid a players wages for six months with no return.'
Another added that they aren't particularly disappointed that Dubravka was recalled as he was 'below par'.
They wrote: 'Newcastle have recalled Martin Dúbravka. I don’t think anyone cares. He was below par.'
Dubravka only made two appearances during his loan spell with Erik ten Hag's side
Another fan described the deal as 'pointless'. They wrote: 'So we got Dúbravka on loan, he tried his best to throw games for us and then Newcastle recalled him just 3 months later. That was pointless.'
One fan predicted that Newcastle will now sell Dubravka. They wrote: 'A loan that has been a waste of time for us, Newcastle and Dubravka himself so it makes sense to end it. Bloke barely played and didn’t impress when he did.
'He’s good enough to be a starter somewhere else and isn’t displacing Nick Pope so maybe Newcastle will sell him…'.
Another described the deal as 'terrible'.
They wrote: 'The Dubravka signing was terrible and pointless'.
Newcastle exercised their option to recall the 33-year-old in the January transfer window
Dubravka joined Newcastle from Sparta Prague in January 2018, initially on loan.
He proceeded to play 130 times for the Magpies but the signing of Nick Pope pushed him down the pecking order.
Manchester United, meanwhile, have Tom Heaton and Nathan Bishop as backup to David de Gea but will wait to see whether to bring in another goalkeeper.
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