David de Gea, the bulls-eye captain Raised 2nd place for the goalkeeper who played for Manchester United the most ever. As well as outpacing the legendary Peter Schmeichel as well
David de Gea, the Manchester United goalkeeper of Manchester United, became the goalkeeper who played for the second-highest club of all-time in 399 games after watching the post in the latest Premier League game. The "Red Devils" invaded to visit Aston Villa on Thursday 9 July.
Formerly, De Gea is in 2nd place with Peter Schmeichel, the legendary Dan Dens at 398 games, but after playing in the game on Thursday night, the 29-year-old Spanish national team goalkeeper ranked 2nd. Exclusive But still far from the No. 1 legendary goalkeeper Alex Stepney won the European Cup in 1968, who came down to pole for Manchester United 539 games (between 1966- 1978)
De Gea moved from Atletico Madrid for a fee of 18.9 million pounds (about 737.1 million baht) in the summer of 2011.