De Gea recent message to Ronaldo and other Man United stars goes viral

Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea has told Cristiano Ronaldo, Paul Pogba, Edinson Cavani, Jesse Lingard and the rest of the team who do not wish to stay at Old Trafford to find their ways.

The Red Devils lost their final game of the season to Crystal Palace and only managed to finish 6th in the Premier League table and will play in the Europa League next season.

New manager, Erik ten Hag watched from the stand at Selhurst Park and will have a first time meeting with the squad next week, before his work really gets started at the Theatre of Dreams.

De Gea has been one of the few outstanding players for the Red Devils this season.

The Spaniard advised any player that does not want to be at the club to exit in the transfer window.

“[The] ones [Manchester stars] who want to stay, stay at the club. Ones that don’t want to stay go out. You don’t have to stay here.

“I want to forget this season and be 100% ready for the next season and be positive,” De Gea told Sky Sports after Manchester United’s 1-0 loss to Crystal Palace on the final day of the season.

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He gave assist to Zaha – Rangnick blames Manchester United star for 1-0 defeat to Crystal Palace

Outgoing Manchester United interim manager, Ralf Rangnick has criticised Bruno Fernandes for the Portuguese’s role in Crystal Palace’s goal in their last Premier League match of the season.

Manchester United went behind in the first half from Wilfried Zaha’s strike – which was the only goal of the game.

It would have been a different case for Manchester United had Brighton not come from behind to beat West Ham 3-1, helping Rangnick’s side to qualify for the Europa League.

Fernandes volleyed a throw-in back towards his own goal without looking and the ball dropped kindly for Zaha, who bodied Diogo Dalot off the ball and found the net.

The German coach, who played his last game as Man United manager, blamed Bruno Fernandes’ poor passing for the defeat.

Speaking at his post-match press conference, he said: “…We had too many unforced errors and bad giveaways, that is the way we conceded the goal.

“In fact, it was our assist, the goalscorer, in the end, was Zaha, but the ones who gave the assist were ourselves.

“There was a throw-in – just keep the ball into our own half – and the way we defended that shot was also not the way that you have to defend in this league and that’s why we were trailing again 1-0.”

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