Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea believes the club could be a serious contender for the Premier League title thanks to the return of Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford.
Spanish International saw the former real Madrid a man arrives with his former teammate Raphael Varane and boy Jadon Sancho since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hoped to strengthen his team in the summer.
It allowed Manchester United reach third place in the Premier League table after five games, losing only Chelsea and Liverpool…
“We have signed good players and we already have a good team. We are at the top of the league, fighting for every game, of course it is difficult, this is the best league in the world. ” From Gea said Sky Sports.
“Every game is difficult, we want to fight for big trophies, we try to fight for the Premier League, the Champions League, everything, and I think we have a team and players and we have fans, so this is amazing. I think the club has a good position. “
Influence of Cristiano
One big impact on this belief is undoubtedly the new summer signing. The Portugal national has scored four goals in his first three games since returning to Old Trafford.
“I think the influence is already there, it’s amazing that he came home,” From Gea said about the forward.
“He is already a legend of the club, so I think that for the players, for the young guys, for everyone, he is a great guy who sees every day how he works in the gym, how he treats himself, how he takes care of his body and himself myself.
“He’s an amazing player and it’s great to see him here working hard and helping the team every day.
“Let’s see, as I said, now we have a larger roster, big players – players with such experience as Christian, like Raphael Varane, like me, Juan kill – so we have more experience as a team. So let’s see if this could be a great year. “
From Gea himself was also in good shape, ending a streak of 40 consecutive penalties with no saves starting in April 2016 as he denied Mark Noble 12 yards against West Ham.
With Christian shooting at goal from one end and From Gea Keeping them aside, Red Devils fans can have high expectations.