Man Utd stars FUMING at treatment of bombed-out keeper David de Gea as replacement Andre Onana’s nightmare continues

MANCHESTER UNITED stars are still seething at the way dumped keeper David de Gea was treated.

The Spaniard’s replacement Andre Onana was at fault for the Bayern Munich opener in Wednesday’s 4-3 Champions League defeat.

GettyDavid de Gea was dumped unceremoniously by Man Utd in the summer[/caption]

GettyMembers of Erik ten Hag’s squad have been left seething at the handling of the situation[/caption]

GettyAndre Onana has had a tough start to life at Old Trafford[/caption]

And SunSport can reveal the United squad were left fuming when former No 1 De Gea was shoved out of the side door this summer after 12 years.

De Gea is still searching for a new club after leaving on a free transfer once United failed to take up their option of extending his deal by 12 months.

He was a hugely popular member of the United squad and won the Premier League Golden Glove award last season for the highest number of clean sheets.

Meanwhile, Onana, a £43.8million signing from Inter Milan, is under the spotlight after some unconvincing performances, notably in Munich as United slumped to their third straight defeat on their Champions League return.

They have had their worst start to a Premier League season with three defeats from five games.

Red Devils’ captain Bruno Fernandes has issued a rallying cry to Erik ten Hag’s beleaguered team ahead of tomorrow’s trip to Burnley, managed by former Manchester City title-winning captain Vincent Kompany.

Fernandes said: “We have the players and we have enough experience and enough talent in the team to get through this moment.”

Although the evidence says otherwise after that woeful performance in Germany.


But Fernandes insisted every United player gave their all.

He said: “We controlled really well in the beginning of the game. Obviously they get the 3-1, we still get back, we’re still fighting for the result.

“The positive is that the spirit, the fighting spirit was there. We tried.

“This wasn’t the case that not everyone was good, doing the best for the team or trying to fight for getting the result. Everyone did that.

“It’s just the momentum and against big teams, when you give a lot of chances to them they’re going to hurt you.”

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