David de Gea

Spurs fans would have been sweating over the future of Lloris too however, Daniel Levy managed to hold on to the French number one, which also feels like an enormous victory in itself. Lloris' unstoppable progression to becoming one of the world's greatest goalkeepers has not gone unnoticed, not least by United.
Over the past two seasons, David de Gea has solidified himself as one of world football's best goalkeepers, though there won't have been many of us who thought that the Spaniard would still be at Manchester United by this point.
The subject of David de Gea's future will continue to dominate the news headlines for weeks and months, until he either decides to sign a new long term contract at Manchester United, or trade everything in for a Spanish homecoming to Real Madrid.
In football, certain things are just inevitable. Brazil will never stop producing world-class talent, England will lose any penalty shootout they compete in, and Real Madrid will always get their man in the transfer market. The latter is something Manchester United fans will know too well.
Louis van Gaal lauded Manchester United matchwinner David de Gea for "saving" his side during a slender 2-1 win over Everton
David de Gea has been included in Spain's World Cup squad. Coach Vicente del Bosque announced the 30-man party, which he
David de Gea was deservedly named Manchester United supporters and players' player of the year on Tuesday night. The Spaniard
Apart from his first couple of games, which included a Community Shield victory and a perfect start of the season away at Swansea, David Moyes has struggled ever since in his reign at United. And in hindsight of the two embarrassing losses against City and Liverpool, both by a 3-0 scoreline, a decision is, for me, inevitable. He must depart and here are nine reasons why.
Robin van Persie earned David Moyes a reprieve with a hat-trick to seal Manchester United's qualification for the Champions
The early joke doing the rounds is Juan Mata is in police custody after he attempted a U-turn on the M6. Manchester United's