Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has to miss David de Ge's goalkeeper after recent mistakes, says former Premier League striker Ian Wright.
The Spaniards fired Antonio Rudiger's 30-yard shot on Sunday, allowing Marcos Alonso to score a point for Chelsea when the United Four Best Hopes disappeared.
De Gea made three mistakes leading to the goal in his last four games.
"There's something that's not right," Wright said at Monday's BBC Radio 5 Live.
"If he is [Solskjaer] He really wants to print his stamps and let people know he is not afraid to make a decision, he should take him out.
"If a manager explains everything and tells him that he is facing him, why he leaves him and gives him a break, that's a man – and that's what Solskjaer has to do."
Mistakes against Manchester City and Barcelona mean that De Gea, in the course of 13 days, matched the total number of costly mistakes he made in 123 previous club appearances.
However, his manager insists that he still "believes" a 28-year-old whose contract Old Trafford expires in just over a year.
United have the remaining two Premier League games this season, traveling Sunday before Cardiff hosted Sunday to compete with previously shot down Huddersfield.
In the light of recent performances, former Arsenal and England Wright show off these matches as an opportunity for Solskjaer to the goalkeeper Sergio Romero, allowing De Gea, who is subject to persistent speculation about the transfer.
"He needs to go on vacation and make a deal," Wright said. "Sometimes you have to pull someone out of fire."
"He's one of the best goalkeepers in the world and he just needs a break. There's a lot going on and he's under a lot of pressure. If you look at United at the moment, he'll put him in this situation and put him under. pressure.
"He made three very atypical mistakes in the short term. It is not a bad thing to bring him to very good knowledge."