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David De Gea hits out at critics as he looks to sign a new deal with Man United


David De Gea has heard it all before. All the talk, all the noise. That he’s not good enough with the ball at his feet, that if Erik ten Hag wants Manchester United to play out from the back, he’ll need another goalkeeper. De Gea’s been around the block long enough to know that the best way to shut it out is to get on with the job.

Get on with making the kind of miraculous saves he produced against Crystal Palace. The one where he tipped Odsonne Edouard’s shot on to the bar was so good it’s already been thrust into the debate of where it ranks in his collection of best ever. Get on, too, with keeping clean sheets and winning games for United, starting on Sunday against Premier League leaders Arsenal.

A clean sheet at the Emirates this afternoon would put De Gea just two behind…



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