David de Gea believes Manchester United is good enough to win big titles. Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea still believes the team’s potential is good enough to win big titles in the 2021-22 season, especially with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Raphael Varane joins the summer to help pump the winning DNA to his comrades.
United have just been knocked out of the Carabao Cup third round, but they still have the English Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup to win. So the 30-year-old urged his comrades to focus. Then absorb the way of working like those who have been through the success of Cristiano and Raphael, two football players who work for United.
David de Gea believes Manchester United is good enough to win big titles
“I think the influence of Cristiano has already been expressed here. It’s amazing how he’s back at home,” he told Sky Sports.
“You have already become a legend of this club. So from the first-team perspective, from the youngster’s point of view, from everyone, Ronaldo is a great person to set. An example how he works in the gym, how to take care of himself, body treatment or mental state”
“He is an amazing player. It’s so cool to see you here every day. And train hard to help the team.”
“Wait and see, as I’ve learned we have a big main squad. We have a lot of good names, veterans like Cristiano Ronaldo, like Raphael Varane, like me. Or Juan Mata – so this team is seasoned.”
“Be patient, it can be a great year for the club.”
‘Red Devils’ have won the latest Europa League 2017 era, former team manager Jose Mourinho, Ronaldo has won at least one championship every year since 2016 or Varane hit 8 major club championships. and the French national team world champion