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Daily Telegraph Nov 22, 2014
Arsenal 1 Manchester United 2: player ratings as David De Gea shines brightest for Louis van Gaal's side

Arsenal 1 Manchester United 2: player ratings as David De Gea shines brightest for Louis van Gaal's side

United's goalkeeper took the man of the match award as a string of saves earned his side a precious win
The Independent Nov 20, 2014
Arsenal vs Manchester United team news: David De Gea fit to play, according to reports in Spain

Arsenal vs Manchester United team news: David De Gea fit to play, according to reports in Spain

Finally some good news on the injury front for Manchester United.

Results: Fans say Man Utd will miss De Gea most against Arsenal

The Manchester United fans who voted in an MEN poll said David De Gea is the player the Reds will miss most if he's not fit to face Arsenal.
Manchester United transfer gossip: Reds win race for Hummels, Cerci on his way and De Gea staying put

Manchester United transfer gossip: Reds win race for Hummels, Cerci on his way and De Gea staying put

Check out a round-up of all the rumour and speculation surrounding the Reds on Wednesday, November 19.
The Guardian Nov 17, 2014
Manchester United fear Daley Blind injury may be worse than expected

Manchester United fear Daley Blind injury may be worse than expected

• Worries that scan could show torn medial ligaments• David de Gea hopeful he may be fit for Arsenal matchManchester United hope to discover the extent of Daley Blind’s knee injury on Tuesday as fears grow in Holland he may have torn medial ligaments.Blind was injured in Holland’s 6-0 win over Latvia on Sunday and taken off in the first half. If scans show the midfielder has suffered a tear rather than tweaked the joint the prognosis would be a recovery time of around six weeks, athough Blind’s father, Danny, is advising caution regarding the diagnosis.

De Gea feels 'very loved' by United

David de Gea has brushed off speculation of a Real Madrid transfer as his Manchester United career goes from strength to strength.
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea dislocates finger

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea dislocates finger

De Gea will now be assessed by the Spanish doctors, before a decision is made on whether to send him back to his club.
The Guardian Nov 14, 2014
Manchester Uniteds David de Gea injured on international duty

Manchester Uniteds David de Gea injured on international duty

Goalkeeper dislocated a finger in training with Spain Uniteds next game at Arsenal on 22 NovemberDavid de Gea has dislocated a finger on his right hand while on Euro 2016 duty with Spain. The Manchester United goalkeeper will be assessed by doctors before a decision is made on whether to send him back to his club.A statement on www.sefutbol.com read: Spains goalkeeper David de Gea was sidelined from training session after dislocating the little finger on his right hand. He will remain with the Spain squad while the medical services of the Spanish FA evaluate the extent of the injury.
The Busby Babe Nov 14, 2014

David de Gea ruled out of action with finger injury

United's goalkeeping star suffered a dislocated finger on international duty. Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has been ruled out of action after suffering a dislocated finger in training with the Spanish national side. The upshot is that he'll certainly miss Spain's Euro 2016 qualifier against Belarus on Saturday, and possibly their friendly against Germany next week. However, he is staying with Spain, which is generally a pretty good sign. Had they sent him packing for Manchester, there'd probably be a longer layoff on the cards. As it is, we can pretty well hope to see Big Dave...
De Gea named Manchester United player of the month

De Gea named Manchester United player of the month

The Spaniard has been one of the Reds' most consistent performers during a three-match unbeaten run in October.

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