Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has responded to the rant by new manager Eric Ten Hag. During a friendly against Crystal Palace a few days ago.
David de Gea insists he can play from the back after Erik ten Hag wants to bring his own style of play to the Manchester United squad so far. The Red Devils have won all three pre-season matches. and made an impression in the beginning of preparing for the new season in the Premier League
And Ten Hag didn’t hesitate to tell his players what he was thinking during training and during the game. The academy midfielder Zidane Iqbal is the latest to be severely criticized by the Dutchman. During training on Thursday, July 21, 2022, and De Gea did not survive being hit by the new boss. After he chose to play long ball in the late game at Manchester. United beat Crystal Palace 3-1 in Melbourne earlier this week.
The Spaniard has been criticized for passing the ball during his time at United, but the 31-year-old is adamant he can adopt the style that Ten Hag has imposed. Asked if he felt confident playing from the back, De Gea told reporters: “Yes, of course if you want to play from the back. You must be well structured. You must have many options. especially from people in the backyard.”
“Of course that’s the basis. having a lot of options And I think we’re doing well. We showed that against Crystal Palace, we made a really good game from the back. And score very well.” “I think I have shown it. If you look at my games with the national team or when we played with Sir Alex in the beginning. you will see it I don’t have to show it to anyone.” “I’ve been playing for years. I will try my best I will try to help the UFABET team and help us play like that.
When asked if Ten Hag asked him to change his game, De Gea replied: “No, I mean, obviously with a lot of managers. You have to adapt to the way they want us to play.” “But I’ve been playing like this in the national team for years. So honestly I feel comfortable.” “We want to play from the back. I want to be ready to give players the option to play from the back. And, of course, ready for the long ball. And the most important thing for me is saving shots, making lots of saves and helping the team.”
Now De Gea, 31, is a father to a one-year-old girl, who said he would be happy to stay at Old Trafford for the rest of his career: “Yes, if possible. Of course, I will be very happy. To stay here as long as they want,” said De Gea, who has one year left on his contract and costs £375,000 a week. Plus the option to extend for another year said. “If they let me stay here I will definitely be here. I feel very comfortable very happy and hope that before I leave We will be able to win some trophies.”