Manchester United fan and talkSPORT host Mark Goldbridge believes the club made a 'silly' decision to ditch goalkeeper David De Gea in the summer.
The shot-stopper spent 12 seasons at Old Trafford and even won the Premier League Golden Glove in his final campaign, despite concerns about his ability with the ball at his feet.
Manchester United chose to let the Spaniard leave on a free transfer and replaced him with Andre Onana.
The Cameroonian cost £47million from Inter Milan but his start to the campaign hasn't showcased the ball-playing ability he was signed for.
Instead, a 3-1 loss to Brighton means Erik ten Hag's side have now conceded 10 goals in five games.
And YouTube star Goldbridge believes the move to swap De Gea for Onana may have come too soon to the detriment of the team.
He told talkSPORT: «I really do like Onana but it's a mistake. It's a mistake.
»I don't like saying I told you so but so many people were clipping De Gea up last season, saying he's a problem in the team. This, that, and the other.
«He's not a problem in the team. Man United have conceded 10 goals in five games. They're averaging two goals per game, going in.
»He's not a problem in the team. Last season he had 17 clean sheets. We only conceded nine goals at home last season. We've conceded, what, five already at home. That's over half in two games.
«People need to wake up. We didn't need to replace David De Gea. The defence worked.
»Yes, De Gea can't play out from the back but did we need to replace the Golden Glove winner who was hardly conceding goals and the defence was solid?
«We weren't scoring many goals this year. We aren't scoring many goals this year but we had a strong defence.
»We've broken the defence up for a ball-playing goalkeeper when weRead on talksport.com