‘Keeper can’t wait to get started under new boss.
Manchester Untied goalkeeper David de Gea has spoke of his excitement at getting started to life under new manager David Moyes, The Metro reports.
The Spaniard improved dramatically under previous boss Ferguson last season and he has revealed that though he is sad that he has called time on his 27 years at the club he is looking forward to getting started under the new regime.
“We are saddened by the departure of Ferguson, but in comes another great coach,” said De Gea.
“He brings a different style of play, so we will try to follow along the same lines and with the same tone.
“We’re just waiting now for David Moyes to come back here and we can see how it is working under him and his methods.”
Moyes will officially take charge on July 1st but is currently in the process of hiring and assembling his coaching staff to bring to the club. He hopes to bring in Phil Neville, Steve Round and Gary Woods to replace Mike Phelan, Eric Steele and Rene Meulensteen who all followed Ferguson out of the club.
De Gea joined United in 2011 for a fee of around £19 million.