David De Gea eyeing Man United captaincy after agreeing new deal

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David De Gea has revealed his desire to be appointed Manchester United captain with new football season set to kick off next month.

In the aftermath of Manchester United's humiliating 4-0 defeat to Everton in April, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer issued a public apology to the fans and promised that some of the players would soon leave the club.

De Gea moved to Old Trafford from Atletico Madrid in 2011 and has established himself as one of the world's best keepers.

"I think we've all come back again with a different mindset and of course we had that break to clear our minds but now we're all focused on getting United back to where they belong and not let the like of the teams that we've seen in the finals have it that easy", Shaw said.

"I've been captain for some games".

"It's my ninth season, I feel like one of the most experienced players", De Gea said.

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"I need to show that on the pitch and try to help the young guys know what Manchester United means and that's important".

The Spain worldwide will sign the new deal, which will see him earn £375,000 a week, when he returns to England as he is presently with the team on a preseason tour. He has stuck with the club through incredibly hard times in recent seasons, winning the club's Player of the Year award on an unprecedented four occasions, while he is one of the few that remain who know what it is like to be part of a Premier League title race.

They won't have it as easy as last season and people are probably already doubting us, but they can carry on doing that.

David De Gea has finally agreed a new deal with Manchester United, Daily Mail reports.

Nicky Butt has been named as Manchester United's head of first-team development.

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