David de Gea breaks silence on contract stalemate

David de Gea breaks silence on contract stalemate

De Gea's next challenge is the artificial pitch which will confront United at the Stade de Suisse when they face Young Boys on Wednesday night.

I have no direct relation with the people that write or the people I listen to.

'Normally, I focus on my job and trying to help my team and trying to improve every training session and try to be as a good as I can.

Dea Gea insists he remains happy at Old Trafford and said: "I feel really loved by the fans and all the people who work for this club. I never listen to stupid things like this they say".

The report further states that the Serie A giants do not want to sell Perisic as the Croatian is one of their best players. He is of the same mind as José Mourinho that the surface will make the match more hard.

"The manager said at half-time that we were playing well but not great, so he made us humble and in the second-half Watford came into the game and made it hard for us".

"We knew that, but they have quality, they have confidence because they won the first four games".

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Mourinho stated a desire not to use the surface as an excuse for any disappointing result.

"You want to be involved for a top club, you want to be involved for your country as well and it was a disappointment, but I had to turn it into a positive to a point where I have my rest and I have a full preseason which I have not had for a while". "But what I had to say I told last week in Geneva in the Uefa meeting, and what can I say?"

In fairness to Watford, their endeavour and approach in trying to play positive football did not let up even if the barrier was a hard one to overcome.

"We knew we'd be deeper than we wanted to be, they chucked on another striker and it was a bit of clock-watching in the last 10 minutes, I'm not going to lie". "We have to do it". "We want to start well, winning games and try to win the competition but we know it's always hard to win".

Mourinho confirmed that Marcus Rashford, serving a three-match domestic ban, would start, while Diogo Dalot, a summer signing from Porto, could also be in the lineup.

"He has a chance to play", said Mourinho.

'We are ready to do it, we have a hard group. More hard but we will train tonight to see how the balls play on the pitch.

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