David De Gea’s contract with Manchester United expires today, June 30. Renewing metadata is currently encrypted. The club announced some time ago on their website His intention is to extend the goalkeeper’s associationBut this Tuesday, according to The Athletic, United changed their minds at the last minute, did not sign the agreement they were offered and, moreover, according to the Daily Mail, they made a new relegation offer.
condition that caused it Criticism from a historic Manchester United player. Ferdinand RiverHe expressed, in statements to the Five channel on YouTube, his regret for the management that the club is carrying out with De Gea.
“Whether or not you think he’s good enough for Manchester United is up for debate.”He began and continued: “He’s been at this club for 12 years, like me. Sometimes he was the best player on the team. And some of those years, he had moments where he didn’t do well. He lost his form a bit at times, but overall he served the club very well. He is an exceptional professional.”
He didn’t bring the club an ounce of trouble. He never lost the club’s credibility. He is an exceptional professional
“He hasn’t brought the club an ounce of trouble. He’s never lost the club’s credibility. He’s an exceptional professional and great person. It’s one of the boys.Ferdinand explained.
A highlight of De Gea’s professionalism, Ferdinand offered his perspective on managing United. “I’m a little disappointed with the way the club has handled this. It’s a matter of communication. I think Manchester United should learn from this. “They have already made mistakes in the past with the departure of great players,” he said on Five’s YouTube channel.
Great players have left the club feeling they have not been treated well
“The great players have left the club feeling they have not been treated well. Nobody has the divine right to leave a team their own wayBut you want your players, especially those who have been there for a long time and have served the club well. Leave a good taste in your mouth. I see more and more players leaving with a bitter taste, and it’s not good. I don’t think it’s fair to the footballer.”
I’m seeing more and more guys leave with a bitter taste, and it just isn’t right.
What Ferdinand is asking is that if De Gea does not renew and finally leave United, he does so as a player who was important in the team’s history. David must be sitting there and thinking: “I never dreamed that I would leave the club in this way and in this way”. I look at it now and how does David de Gea stay? Ferdinand continues and ends: “It’s all about communication. A little appreciation. A little understanding. Think, maybe we need to do it a little better. You owe it to a player who’s been there for a long time to make sure he leaves the club on at least half decent terms.”