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De Gea’s message on United form

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea insists he is feeling back to his best after a period of patchy form.

De Gea made several high-profile errors last season, with his mistakes costing United in games against Watford, Everton, Tottenham and Chelsea.

Despite a dip in form, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer stuck by the Spain international throughout the campaign and also named him in United’s starting line-up against Crystal Palace on the opening weekend of the season.

Dean Henderson signalled his intent to challenge De Gea for the No.1 spot in United’s team by signing a new long-term contract at Old Trafford in August, but De Gea is feeling confident at the beginning of the new campaign.

This is what De Gea told MUTV:

“I feel very, very well and very confident and very positive and that’s very important for me. Now it’s time to be back to winning ways and winning trophies, that’s the most important thing for us at the moment. Like I say I feel very, very good.”

“It’s great to train every day here with the coaches and the goalkeepers. We always try to learn from each other and try to push altogether. It’s great. If you see the training it’s really good to see the goalkeepers together.

“It’s very important to have good feelings with the other goalkeepers and the goalkeeping coaches as well. It’s great.

“We are training, like I say, very, very well – the whole department of keepers. We need to be at this level every day and to show the players that the keepers are feeling 100%.

“Now like I said we have to go for trophies.”

(Image: 2020 Getty Images)




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