Erik Ten Witch trusts ‘wonderful’ David De Gea stays on at Manchester Joined together

Manchester Joined chief Erik ten Witch said he trusted “wonderful” goalkeeper David de Gea would remain past this season at the club in the wake of seeing the Spaniard play a featuring job in his side’s 1-0 win over West Ham Joined on Sunday.

De Gea created three staggering recoveries in the final part to help Joined stretch their unbeaten race to eight in all rivalries and procure a triumph that moved them up to fifth in the Head Association.

Far and wide reports in the English media, in any case, have said that Unified are unsure to expand the Spanish manager’s agreement, which lapses toward the finish of the ongoing effort. “This issue about arranging (contracts), we said first we are zeroing in on the games,” Ten Witch said. “At the point when we reach a conclusion with this block, we have the World Cup and afterward we need to contemplate them.

“Behind the scenes we have our methodologies for how to think about it. It is clear as of now and I have previously accentuated it a few times, I’m truly content with David. He is an incredible goalkeeper. “He is just 31. He is fit. He can advance considerably more. He was at that point stunningly really great for Man Joined together and I figure he will do that in the future too.”

Marcus Rashford headed the victor in the main half at Old Trafford on Sunday, proceeding with his re-visitation of structure this term as he passed 100 objectives for his club in all contests. “At the point when you have scored 100 objectives before you turn 25 you are as of now there,” Ten Witch added. “In any case, I figure he will not be fulfilled just with that.

“It is about the number of prizes you that success with your club. I figure he can foster his game significantly more. His going to improve and he chipped away at it, and you can see what’s going on. “He is significantly more steady and solid. I’m truly content with his advancement. He is now an extraordinary player, yet there is still a great deal of opportunity to get better. He will have a phenomenal profession I’m certain.”

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