David de Gea discusses Ralf Rangnick’s “intense” workouts


David de Gea has revealed that he enjoys the intensity of Ralf Rangnick’s training sessions at Manchester United.

The Red Devils will face Newcastle United on the second day of Christmas in the knowledge that a win would put them on the heels of Arsenal in fourth place. Rangnick’s team is currently five points behind the Gunners, but has two games left due to covid launches.

Since taking the reins last month, Rangnick has only taken over two Premier League matches due to these postponements – after seeing the clashes with Brentford and Brighton interrupted at the last minute.

Rangnick are two to two in these matches, but beat both Crystal Palace and Norwich City 1-0.

De Gea has spoken to Man Utd’s official website and discussed what life is like under the new interim manager – and says that every minute is “intense”:

“We have trained hard, of course. It is very intense, every training, every moment with him [Rangnick] is intense.

“You have to give 100 percent every time in training and in matches. Let’s see. It’s just the beginning, it’s been a couple of weeks, so let’s see in the future.

“The team trains with energy, with pace, and now we have to show it in big matches.”

With two league wins and two zeros under his belt under Rangnick, De Gea also stressed the importance of the newfound defensive stability:

“I think the most important thing for us is to keep clean.

“If we concede fewer goals, we have top players in front who will score goals and win matches.”

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