Man United had one of their worst seasons in their storied history last term.
The Red Devils finished 6th in the Premier League with their lowest ever points total.
They were knocked out of the FA Cup by Middlesbrough, failed to reach the League Cup final and were ousted from the Champions League in the last-16.
Now though, with 2022/23 less than a month away, David de Gea has sent a message to his United teammates, stating that many things have to change:
“I think many things have to change,” De Gea said. “I think we were really poor last season, we played really bad, to be honest, but we are really improving (under) the new manager.
“Things are going really well, we are working really hard as a team, that’s the most important thing. Let’s see. Go day-by-day, try to work as hard as possible and try to improve.”
De Gea also provided some insight into what it is like working under Erik ten Hag:
“We are really improving, the new manager, things are going really well, we are working really hard as a team, that’s the most important thing. Let’s see. Go day-by-day, try to work as hard as possible and try to improve,” he said.
“He’s very intense, everything he says is fully focused, 100%, just in training, he brings new things, new thoughts, so we need to adapt to him. But we show already in those three games we are pressing high, we won the ball, we want to keep the ball, dictate, we want to lead the game. So I think we are doing well, we are working really hard.”