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Man Utd Teammates Get A Brutal Message From De Gea

Man Utd Teammates Get A Brutal Message From De Gea

After Manchester United's 1-0 loss to Crystal Palace at the end of the season, goalkeeper David de Gea sent a harsh message to his teammates.

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For the majority of the season, the Spaniard has struck a dissatisfied figure, admitting that he has been in good shape on a personal level but that he has been disappointed with the Red Devils' achievements.

United were trounced at Selhurst Park on Sunday, courtesy of a goal from Wilfried Zaha, who scored after a bad back-pass from Bruno Fernandes..

After the game, De Gea, 31, expressed his dissatisfaction with the faltering English giants' season, suggesting that players who do not want to remain at the club should leave.

"It's the same sensation." We were sloppy, we lost several easy balls around our box, it's hard to win games at the level we've showed in the last three or four months," he told MUTV.

"All I want to do now is be positive and forget about this season." The fact that the new manager [Erik ten Hag] was in the stands was a good omen. I'm hoping things will improve for next season, but that is already in the past. We all know how horrible this season has been for everyone.

People who don't want to stay should leave, and those who do want to stay at the club and fight for it should take a nice rest over the summer, prepare ourselves mentally and physically, and be ready to battle again next season.


De Gea Sends Brutal Message To Man Utd Teammates

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