De Gea makes vow after setting a United record


De Gea’s last game was his 424th for United in all competitions and that drew him level with Jack Rowley (1937-1955) in the club’s history books. 

David is currently 22nd on the all-time list and Gary Pallister (1989-1998) is the next player he can overtake on 437 appearances, followed by Jack Silcock (1919-1934) on 449 appearances.

Barring injury, the Spaniard is likely to catch both of those ex-Reds before the 2020/21 season is finished and that would move him into 20th place on the all-time list, which is a great achievement. 


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