Fergie - Keepers going nowhere
Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted there is no chance of Tomasz Kuszczak or Ben Foster being sent out on loan.
Last Updated: 31/10/08 5:08pm
Sir Alex Ferguson has insisted there is no chance of either Tomasz Kuszczak or Ben Foster being sent out on loan.
Edwin van der Sar is Ferguson's first choice goalkeeper and Kuszczak has been providing the regular back-up this season.
Foster is now fit again following an ankle injury and there have been suggestions that Ferguson would allow one of the two players to move away from Manchester United on a temporary basis.
New Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has been heavily linked with Foster but Ferguson has no intention of letting him go.
"There is absolutely no chance of Ben Foster or Tomasz Kuszczak going out on loan," said Ferguson.
"We have Tom Heaton on loan at Cardiff at the moment and that is plenty."
38-year-old Van de Sar was rested for the 2-0 victory over West Ham on Wednesday and Ferguson believes it is important for Foster and Kuszczak to be given the occasional opportunity.
He explained: "We left him (Van der Sar) out against West Ham because we are managing him to keep the freshness in him.
"But it is also very important that we give experience to Tomasz and Foster. I will be rotating them as the season goes on.
"We need to give them experience but also show we regard them very highly. They are the future."