London: Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has rubbished talks of unrest within the club, saying that the dressing room is still `united` despite their recent below-par performances in the Premier League.
According to Manchester Evening News, United’s players had openly questioned manager Louis van Gaal’s tactics following their 1-2 defeat to Bournemouth last week.
The 25-year-old insisted that a great atmosphere exists in the dressing room, which is very important to achieve success in the club.
Labeling United as a `young` side, De Gea believes that the young player who are coming into the team are fitting really well and that they could turn out to be the future of the club.
The Spaniard said that his side were working really hard so that they get through December well-placed near the top of the league.
United are currently fourth in the league standings and will next lock horns with Norwhich City on December 19. (ANI)