The 3 Best Goalkeepers in the World Today Ex-Manchester United

The 3 Best Goalkeepers in the World Today Ex-Manchester United
Peter Schmeichel scored a big name when defending Manchester United. His performance with Manchester United need not be doubted. The Dane is considered one of the best goalkeepers.

All because of his achievements with Manchester United. He helped the team win five Premier League titles plus one Champions League.

Now 53 years old, Schmeichel admitted amazed to see the action of his junior under the rule. He has a positive outlook for Ederson and Jan Oblak. Different generation goalkeepers from Italy, Gianluigi Buffon and Gianluigi Donnarumma, are also worth considering.

However, the figure who defends Manchester United in 398 games that mention the three names that deserve to be put forward. Who are the best goalkeepers according to Schmeichel?

Manuel Neuer

Manuel Neuer came into consideration as the world's best goalkeeper in recent years. He has achieved various achievements, the most conspicuous Champions League (Bayern Munich) and World Cup (Germany).

Schmeichel admitted to being amazed by Neuer's aggressiveness. "I saw him while still defending Schalke at Old Trafford," he said.

"I think he is very brave because so far left the goal.Neuer gave a new style how to play for goalkeepers," continued Schmeichel.

David de Gea

David de Gea entered the English League's best team in four of the last five seasons. He is back in favor of defending the venue due to a series of rescue actions.

"De Gea's reflexes are very fast, he's so smart and understands football that he is good at finding the right position to stop the ball," Schmeichel said.

Unfortunately, the glory of De Gea does not produce too many collective titles. He has only been a British champion.

Thibaut Courtois

If De Gea won a number of individual awards, Courtois excelled in terms of collective titles. This Belgian figure has won three league titles, two with Chelsea.

Schmeichel calls the advantage of Courtois in taking the opponent's hull. According to him, it really helps Chelsea when trying to build an opponent attack.

"I can imagine the opposing coach will forbid his players to send a cross for Courtois toughness," Schmeichel said.

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