Someone has cast a curse on us, I believe – David De Gea, the goalie for Manchester United, feels the club is cursed.

As the club’s hunt for silverware continues, Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has declared that the club is “cursed.”

In his second season at Old Trafford, the Spaniard won the Premier League, followed by the FA Cup in 2016, and the League Cup and Europa League in 2017. Since then, multiple managers have failed to challenge in domestic competitions as well as in cup competitions.

De Gea says that there are internal talks regarding why the team isn’t adding to its prize collection.

The goalkeeper also questioned why the current players are having such a difficult time performing in games.

He told El Pais, “I assume someone has put a curse on us or something.” “The truth is that I have no idea what is going on.

“People always ask me about it, and we talk about it as a team and just say, “We don’t know what’s going on.”

“I don’t know why this team doesn’t function,” says the coach. “We should have contended for more trophies, greater crowns.”

United’s major goal this season is to finish in the top four, despite the fact that the Premier League title is out of reach. They were knocked out of the Carabao Cup early on, and their FA Cup aspirations were dashed last week in a penalty shootout by Middlesbrough.

This season, the Champions League remains their only hope of winning a trophy. Ralf Rangnick’s team will face Atletico Madrid.

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