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Ten Hag's decision, which would have United fans disgruntled

Fans believe things could be done in a different way

By Harry Smith

Fans believe things could be done in a different way
Fans believe things could be done in a different way
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Manchester United fans have reportedly shown their dissatisfaction with the situation, it is believed that the team did not handle the negotiations well and that on top of that, manager Erik Ten Hag could have done things differently, which would have allowed the player to stay longer at the club. 

The story of David de Gea we all know, the player has informed this afternoon that he will not remain in the team, so it puts an end to 12 years of career with the Red Devils; there is no doubt that the Spanish goalkeeper will be remembered as one of the best goalkeepers in the history of United, even so, the fans are not happy with the decision of the coach, although every day that passed seemed more imminent his departure. 

Ten Hag may have made the right decision in letting De Gea go, however, the manner in which he left the club would not have been the most appropriate for someone who had over 500 appearances in a United shirt; the way the board refused to renew the Spanish goalkeeper, withdrawing the initial offer and asking him to lower his salary if he wanted to stay with the club, was something that the fans would have labelled as unworthy of David de Gea's career. 

There is no doubt that a new era begins in goal, it will be rare not to see the Spanish goalkeeper at Old Trafford bidding farewell as he deserved, United are letting go of a legend who made history and will no doubt be sorely missed by all the fans who watched David de Gea's footballing career grow. 

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In an emotional message, David de Gea said goodbye to all the fans of the club and his dressing room mates took the opportunity to say goodbye to the legend, as well as wishing him luck in his next projects.

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