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David de Gea tweets something mysterious following Manchester United’s loss to Newcastle

Following his former team’s 1-0 loss to Newcastle on Saturday night, David de Gea was busy on social media.

The 33-year-old goalkeeper is still a free agent after failing to reach an agreement on a new deal at Old Trafford. He recently met with authorities to talk about the idea and vision of Eldense, a team in the Spanish second tier.

Since then, he has been connected to numerous teams, including Bundesliga winners Bayern Munich and Saudi Pro League team Al Hilal.

In fact, with Andre Onana seems likely to join the Cameroon squad for the Africa Cup of Nations next year, he was recently linked to a surprise short-term return to Manchester United.

However, the Spaniard is still searching for a new team because things at his previous team aren’t going well.

On a chilly Saturday night at St. James’ Park, United, who had previously been enjoying a stellar run of success in the league, faltered for extended periods of time.

Anthony Gordon’s goal in the second half gave Eddie Howe’s team the victory; from the start, they outplayed and outworked their Premier League opponents.

Following the final whistle, David de Gea sent another of his ‘cryptic’ emoji messages on the social networking platform X.

“For a supposed ‘club legend,’ he really does act like a child,” said one fan in a comment on the article. “Rattled yanited fans with one emoji again,” added another. Continue to cook.”

“Clearly talking about the weather,” a third person wrote. “So many insecure people on this app,” remarked a fourth user, while another said, “One emoji describing the weather triggered an entire fanbase.”

In the meantime, Erik ten Hag expressed satisfaction with his team’s reaction after falling behind 1-0 to Newcastle.

In his post-game interview with TNT Sports, he stated, “We had a tough first half and said at half-time we were pleased to be in the game.”

“In the last stretch of the match, we mounted a strong comeback. Tomorrow, we will discuss it with the team. We return, discuss this, and schedule a meeting for Wednesday.”

“It’s obvious that we should have won three points, but we also had opportunities to win at home against Galatasaray and away at Copenhagen,” he continued. I give the squad praise while simultaneously criticizing them and myself for our inadequate defense. We had a 3-1 lead, and you just cannot afford to such mistake.

“I am happy with the team’s bravery and energy. We made a ton of opportunities, particularly toward the end. Big chances. We had excellent football play.

“If we go out, I’m the one to blame. Recognize that we are working on a project and making progress. We are moving in the proper way. We will succeed in the long run because I know where we need to go and what needs to be done, but winning these games is a must if we want to continue playing in the Champions League.”

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