I regret selling Him,I really want to meet Him again and apologize to Him so He can join us back again,He is the main reason behind our downfall’: Erik Ten Hag says He regret the way He treated £45m star out of the Club,Now He wants Him back again – Not De Gea. - soocer442
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I regret selling Him,I really want to meet Him again and apologize to Him so He can join us back again,He is the main reason behind our downfall’: Erik Ten Hag says He regret the way He treated £45m star out of the Club,Now He wants Him back again – Not De Gea.

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The summer transfer of Matej Kovar by Manchester United for a comparatively modest sum now appears to have been an error.Manchester United executed a significant overhaul of their goalkeeping staff in the recent summer, as evidenced by the free transfers of David de Gea, Dean Henderson, and Matej Kovar.

 

Subsequently, De Gea has failed to secure a club and continues to be a free agent; Henderson’s impact at Crystal Palace has been minimal owing to injuries; Sam Johnstone has been outstanding; whereas Matej Kovar has established himself firmly at Bayer Leverkusen.Menu

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“I deeply regret selling Him; I desperately want to apologize to Him and meet with Him again so He can rejoin us; He is the primary cause of our demise.” Erik Ten Hag says he regrets the manner in which he dismissed the £45 million sensation and now desires his return. – Avoid De Gea

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“I deeply regret selling Him; I desperately want to apologize to Him and meet with Him again so He can rejoin us; He is the primary cause of our demise.” Erik Ten Hag says he regrets the manner in which he dismissed the £45 million sensation and now desires his return. – Avoid De Gea

 

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The summer transfer of Matej Kovar by Manchester United for a comparatively modest sum now appears to have been an error.

 

 

Manchester United executed a significant overhaul of their goalkeeping staff in the recent summer, as evidenced by the free transfers of David de Gea, Dean Henderson, and Matej Kovar.

 

Subsequently, De Gea has failed to secure a club and continues to be a free agent; Henderson’s impact at Crystal Palace has been minimal owing to injuries; Sam Johnstone has been outstanding; whereas Matej Kovar has established himself firmly at Bayer Leverkusen.

 

 

Due to Andre Onana’s consistent lack of ability to instill confidence this season, a segment of the fanbase has started to yearn for his return to Old Trafford.

 

Despite the fact that fans are mistaken in their desire for De Gea to return (some may have forgotten how truly dreadful he was last season), there is one other player whose return we would welcome.

 

Matej Kovar resumes his Bayer Leverkusen mastery.

The fact that Kovar had performed admirably in his limited preseason appearances for United cast doubt on the rationale behind the decision to trade him. More than half of the £7.7 million that was sold was spent on Altay Bayindir, who has yet to appear in a single minute of action.

 

As he has demonstrated for Bayer this season, Kovar would have been an ideal foil for Onana and a candidate who could have participated in cup competitions.

 

He has appeared in every minute of Bayer’s Europa League campaign and was arguably the man of the match against Hacken last night.

 

I n addition to securing a clean sheet with six saves that thwarted a staggering 2.35 goals, the Czech custodian also maintained an impressive 88% pass completion rate, as reported by SofaScore.

 

Despite being only 23, he possesses an exceptionally promising future and is undoubtedly a player Erik ten Hag would regret selling. However, he is consoled by the fact that United were astute enough to include a buy-back clause in his contract.

 

United continues to be proven incorrect by Kovar.

It is simple to be envious of Bayer’s goalkeeping prowess in Europe this season and to lament the loss of an opportunity that could have been pursued.In five games, Kovar has maintained three clean sheets and allowed only two goals, which is an exceptionally remarkable record.

 

Even more remarkable is the fact that, according to SofaScore, he has prevented 4.25 goals and 19 shots in just five games.

 

In contrast, Onana has encountered a more formidable level of competition despite exhibiting dismal performance.

 

According to SofaScore, he has conceded 14 goals and prevented a negative 2.41 goals in the Champions League alone. Wednesday was the worst day of the season, as he conceded two goals from freekicks that ought to have been saved.

 

Ten Hag lacks confidence in Bayindir’s ability to initiate Kovar, so it would have been prudent to retain him. The custodian we ought to have retained is Kovar, not De Gea.”I deeply regret selling Him; I desperately want to apologize to Him and meet with Him again so He can rejoin us; He is the primary cause of our demise.” Erik Ten Hag admits he regrets exchanging a £45 million hero for him after he left the club, and he now desires his return – but not De Gea.

 

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