Amid exit talks, De Gea delivers message to the Manchester United fans

Amid exit talks, De Gea delivers message to the Manchester United fans

De Gea

Manchester United star David De Gea has expressed his gratitude towards the fans amid reports of his potential exit from Old Trafford

David De Gea has once again proven to be Manchester United’s star player over the course of the 2015/16 season and the Spaniard recently became the first player in history to win the club’s Player of the Year for a third consecutive term.

De Gea thanks the fans

Despite De Gea’s wonderful performances though, Manchester United were not able to secure a spot in the Champions League for next season and rumors regarding the goalkeeper’s exit from Old Trafford have already started to resurface.

Recently, it was reported by the Guardian that De Gea will look to force a move away from United if Louis van Gaal continues as manager of the Red Devils and Spanish giants Real Madrid are said to be ready to reignite their interest in the Spanish custodian once again this summer.

There is evidently a lot of uncertainty surrounding the future of De Gea at the moment but nonetheless, the 25-year-old shares a strong rapport with the United fans and he is adored by many at the club.

De Gea is well aware of this fact and to show his appreciation, he has gone on to deliver a heartfelt message through social media site Twitter to thank the fans for their ‘unconditional’ support.

De Gea will be participating for Spain in the upcoming European Championship in France and his future could only be decided after the tournament concludes in mid July.



  1. Couldn’t agree more.should have gone in December ,who knows right January signings ,good manager we could have won the league,81 points would not be hard to beat.

  2. Don’t blame on injuries LVG, you are not just a beginner in this Football Management, you have been in this business for donkey years and with a number of big clubs, in a season long there surely bout to be injuries to key players, you have to ensure you got that back up to keep the follow of your system play in the same rhythm so why blame injuries, it shows you are not the “one of the best managers” as you claim. You are useless.

    Unrealistic expectations – what you mean by that, when you sign the 3 years contract with MU, don’t you know what was the expectation needed by MU board. If you just finding excuses and this is not a place for you any longer. You please leave MU after the FA CUP final.

    If you still insist to complete your 3 years contract, I think you are totally a no use idiotic, sorry to use this word, but you deserve it, you still want to destroy MU, please go away. We don’t need you……