At Manchester United. we’ve been blessed with some truly brilliant goalkeepers in between the sticks at Old Trafford, including the likes of the Great Dane, Peter Schmeichel and Edwin Van der Sar. However, in my opinion, the most talented guy we’ve had is the current #1.
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Manchester United Football Club have started looking at potential suitors to fill their #1 goalkeeping job this summer – as they fear David de Gea could leave when the transfer window opens. That’s according to The Independent’s Chief Football Writer, Miguel Delaney.
Manchester United Football Club have had, without doubt, one of the best goalkeepers in the world on their books recently. David de Gea has been improving year-on-year, and the Spaniard has always given us his all every time he puts on our jersey.
Manchester United got another piece of silverware under their belt at the weekend, when Jose Mourinho’s side beat Southampton 3-2. The game itself was an entertaining one, but thankfully we came out on top and were celebrating our 42nd major trophy.
Manchester United are playing so many games without really having the time to recover and overthink things too much, and that certainly gives the manager a decision to make when it comes to selecting his teams. Now, the boss has confirmed a couple of key injuries.
Over eighteen months ago now, it looked as though David de Gea was just inches away from moving to Real Madrid. The Spaniard was embroiled in some sort of transfer saga that involved a dodgy fax machine – which infamously came to Manchester United’s aid.
Manchester United Football Club have the games coming thick and fast right now, with Jose Mourinho’s men still battling it out across four competitions. Tonight they head to Hull City for their EFL Cup semi-final, and on Sunday, Wigan Athletic visit Old Trafford in the FA Cup.
Manchester United take on Hull City on Thursday evening, in their semi-final second leg in the newly-renamed EFL Cup. Jose Mourinho’s side lead 2-0 from the first game at Old Trafford, with the goals coming from Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini.
As we all know, the last few years haven’t been as trophy-laden as the Manchester United fans would have wanted. Since Sir Alex Ferguson decided to call it a day, things have been tough at the Theatre of Dreams – but there has been one constant; David de Gea.