I Want To Be A Leader For Man United – De Gea


David de Gea is “trying to be a leader” at Manchester United, with the Spanish goalkeeper setting his sights on a second Premier League title.

The 30-year-old was involved in the Red Devils’ last top-flight triumph when he formed part of a successful 2012-13 campaign, with Sir Alex Ferguson heading into retirement after adding another medal to his remarkable collection.

United have slipped a long way off the pace since then, while plenty of questions have been asked of De Gea’s future, but a trophy-winning circle could be completed in 2021.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has guided the Red Devils back to the top of the table, with the potential there for an eight-year wait for domestic dominance to be brought to a close.

De Gea knows what is required to get over that line and will be doing all he can alongside experienced colleagues to deliver on expectations for a demanding fan base.

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He has told United Review:

“I’m trying to lead and be a leader. The young lads might look at me and see I have been here a long time, and played a lot of games, and I think the most important thing is to show your experience on the pitch and in the games by trying to help the team.

“I try to make big saves in the games and train hard as well. Training is very important too and always to give your all.

“I have the experience of winning big titles here. I know the feeling of winning things and, this year, we have an opportunity to win a trophy and we cannot miss big chances.

“If the chance is there we have to go for it and fight until the last game to win. I’m trying to give some advice to the young lads and I try to give 100 per cent in every training session and every game to show them that ‘come on, we have to be 100 per cent every day and fight for everything’.”

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