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David de Gea urges Manchester United players ‘who don’t want to stay, just go’

David de Gea has told any Manchester United players who wish to leave the club to “just go”, and said that he and his teammates must be “ready to fight” under Erik ten Hag next season.A 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace closed a disappointing season for the Old Trafford club, though sixth place and Europa League football was secured after West Ham also suffered a loss on the final day against Brighton. The Selhurst Park loss marks the end of Ralf Rangnick’s time in interim charge, with ten Hag taking over as manager on a permanent basis ahead of the...
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Man Utd goalkeeper David de Gea tells uncommitted team-mates to leave this summer

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea says any players that do not want to fight for the club should leave this summer. United fell to a 1-0 defeat at Palace to bring an end to a disastrous season which has seen them record their lowest points tally in the Premier League era, but were given a reprieve as Brighton beat West Ham 3-1 to ensure the Red Devils secured Europa League qualification.
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David De Gea eager to end season to forget for Manchester United on winning note

David De Gea is desperate to end a difficult season with a win as Manchester United look to avoid slipping into the Europa Conference League.The marquee summer additions of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane increased expectations around a club that finished as Premier League and Europa League runners-up last season.But a wretched start to the campaign led to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s November sacking, with interim successor Ralf Rangnick failing in his goal of rallying the troops and sealing Champions League qualification.United could even slip into European football’s recently-created third-tier competition, with seventh-placed West Ham currently occupying that spot...
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David de Gea ‘embarrassed’ and ‘feels horrible’ about Manchester United’s form

David de Gea has said that he feels “embarrassed” and “horrible” about Manchester United’s form.United are at risk of their lowest-ever Premier League finish after suffering three defeats in four games to effectively end their hopes of securing a top-four place.Interim manager Ralf Rangnick has four games to end United's season on a positive note, starting with the visit of Chelsea to Old Trafford on Thursday evening.De Gea has conceded 10 goals in United's last four, including a 4-0 humiliation at Liverpool, and admitted that he has found United's form difficult to bear.“It's tough. For me, it's very tough,” De...
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David De Gea heroics back up brutal honesty to illustrate Manchester United’s demise

David de Gea was doing wonders for his employers’ image again. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believed in the magic, the mystique of Manchester United. De Gea can testify to the misery of Manchester United. His former manager believed in the brand. The goalkeeper has brought a brutal realism to his media duties. “I feel embarrassed sometimes, I feel... it’s difficult to say, but I feel horrible on the pitch,” he said. Which was one way of previewing United against Chelsea, a game that was a Champions League final 14 years ago and an FA Cup final four years ago.Perhaps his team-mates...
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