Manchester United will be having a new manager Eric Ten Hag next season which means there might be new changes including the captaincy role. Harry Maguire has been the captain during the era of Ole Gunnar.
The former Leicester City took the armband immediately after joining United three years ago. During his first and second season, he was one of the best defenders under the Red shirt something which made him to start in every Premier League matches in those two seasons.
He became the first player to ever start in 73 EPL matches in a row. However last season he performed so poorly something which made him spend most of the second half of the season on the bench.
Next season, he might struggle also to fit into Eric Ten Hag squad which means the armband might be taken away from him. One of the player who might be the next captain for the Red Devils is David De Gea.
The Spanish international has been one of the best goalkeeper in the world. He has been one of the most consistent player for Manchester United. He helped United to reach Europa final and finish second in the Premier League last season.
Many have been praising him for his great leadership role on the pitch. He has always encouraged his teammate whenever they are down proving he has good leadership skills.
Next season, he might be of great help to Manchester United in the New era of Eric Ten Hag as he tries to rebuild United back to where they used to be during the era of Ferguson.
This now means that David De Gea might be the captain for Manchester United next season under Eric Ten Hag. This is following his great leadership skills in the recent years and a good performance.
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