Sir Alex Ferguson: Alternating De Gea and Lindegaard not a problem

The manager will use both keepers regularly this season in order to give them more experience in the Premier League, insisting that he is "comfortable with the situation"
Sir Alex Ferguson sees no problem in alternating the goalkeeping position at Manchester United between David de Gea and Anders Lindegaard.

Both men have shared the No.1 spot for the Red Devils this season, with each keeper making two Premier League appearances so far in 2012-13.

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It was a policy that the the Old Trafford club also implemented in the previous campaign but the Spaniard appeared 29 times compared to his Danish team-mate's eight due to injuries. Nevertheless, the 70-year-old boss claims to regard both keepers to be of equal talent and will continue to rotate them.

He told Sky Sports: "That's the policy we've adopted this season and last season, although De Gea played most of last season after Lindegaard was injured. I'm comfortable with this situation.

"Alternating isn't a problem for me. They're both equally very good goalkeepers.

"The most important thing I'm trying to do is give both of them experience in the English game - neither is as experienced as Edwin van der Sar or Peter Schmeichel."