Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has revealed that training with boss Ralph Rangnick was intense at every moment.
The Red Devils are back in full training after two games after being postponed with Brighton and Brentford, with only Paul Pogba missing. Kea revealed he was relieved to return to training with everyone doing well. Ready to reveal that working with Ralph Rangnick is intense in every minute.
United’s last two games against Brentford and Brighton were postponed due to a Covid outbreak, but the Red Devils are back at Carrington and ready to resume their campaign after a 16-day layoff.
The team has had a tumultuous season thus far, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sacked. After a string of poor performances that drew widespread condemnation. But De Gea believes the players have been given a boost and are benefiting from Rangnick’s heavy workload.
“It’s good that the whole team are back training properly and of course seeing everyone is safe,” De Gea said. working together again.”
“We trained hard, of course, it was intense. Every training session, every moment with him [Rangnick] was intense. You have to give 100 per cent all the time in training and in games.”
“Let’s see, it’s only the beginning, with a couple of weeks, so let’s see what the future holds. The team is training with strength. And now we have to show it in the big games.”