Man United goal keeper David De Gea believes that the youngsters such as Guillermo Varela and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson are the future of the club due to their rapid development and insist the senior players are happy to play along with them.
Guillermo Varele and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson have had their debut with Man United this season following injury woes of the side. The likes of Jesse Lingard and Andreas Pereira have been enjoying playing time under boss Louis Van Gaal. James Wilson, who is on loan for the rest of the season at Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion also made at least two appearances for Man United before leaving.
And David De Gea thinks these youngsters development at Man United are on the right course to represent the club’s future.
“I think we have a very young side and I think that the youngsters who are coming up through the youth ranks are fitting in really well.
“They are all good players and after all they represent the future of Manchester United and I reckon that gradually they will become the side of the future and we’re all delighted that they’re with us,” he told Inside United.
Man United lost 2-1 to Bournemouth last Saturday and will be seeking to bounce back to winning ways in their upcoming fixtures. However, they have to play Norwich City, Stoke City and Chelsea in respective order for the month of December.
The future of head-coach Louis Van Gaal hangs by a thread and the result in the next few matches will be decisive for the Dutchman as Pep Guardiola is about to decide on whether to stay at Bayern Munich in a week’s time.