The way David de Gea was treated after being fired from Manchester United has the players still fuming.
In Wednesday’s 4-3 Champions League loss, the Spaniard’s replacement, Andre Onana, was at fault for Bayern Munich’s first goal.
David de Gea was dumped unceremoniously by Man Utd in the summer
Members of Erik ten Hag’s squad have been left seething at the handling of the situation
Andre Onana has had a tough start to life at Old Trafford
And SunSport can confirm that when 12-year starter David De Gea was shooed out the side door this summer, the United team was furious.
when departing on a free transfer when United declined to exercise their option to extend his contract by a year, De Gea is currently looking for a new team.
He was a very well-liked player for the United team and took home the Premier League Golden Glove for keeping the most clean sheets last year.
Onana, a £43.8 million acquisition from Inter Milan, is currently in the news following a few underwhelming displays, most notably in Munich when United suffered their third straight loss on their return to the Champions League.
With three losses in their first five Premier League games, they are off to their worst start ever.
Bruno Fernandes, the captain of the Red Devils, has given Erik Ten Hag’s struggling team a rallying cry ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Burnley, which is led by former Manchester City champion Vincent Kompany.
“We have the players, enough experience, and enough talent in the team to get through this moment,” remarked Fernandes.
Despite the contrary data being presented in light of that horrible performance in Germany.
Fernandes stressed, however, that every United player gave it their all.
“We controlled the game really well in the beginning,” he remarked. They obviously win 3-1, but we come back and continue to compete for the victory.
“The fact that there was a battling spirit was a good. We made an effort.
“It wasn’t true that everyone was good, working their hardest for the team, or fighting to attain the outcome. All of them did it.
“It’s just the momentum, and against big teams, when you give them a lot of chances, they’re going to hurt you.”