FOREVER LOVE: Man Utd legend David De Gea shows his love for Man Utd as he trains in jobless days and still wears the Red Devils shirt

On Thursday afternoon, David de Gea tweeted a video of himself staying sharp in his old Manchester United training gear.

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The former Manchester United star was working on shot-stopping and reflexes drills with three instructors.

De Gea, 33, was dismissed by United in July and replaced by Andre Onana after 12 seasons as the club’s first choice goalkeeper.

He has been a free agent all season, but has pledged to return and recently posted from Altrincham’s training ground, saying: ‘I’ll be back. 

In another video, which showed him practicing catching drills, shot-stopping, and claiming crosses, De Gea wrote: ‘We remember. We rebuild. We come back stronger. 

David de Gea shared a video of himself keeping sharp in an old Manchester United training kit

He is maintaining his health while searching for a new club. 10 months after leaving Manchester United.

The two-time Golden Glove winner had apparently decided to stay in Spain and wait for a LaLiga offer early this year, but his return to England implies a more open attitude.

According to Mail Sport, Newcastle were interested in him due to Nick Pope’s long-term ιnjury, but he would have had to accept a wage drop.

His final agreement at United paid him £375,000 per week.

He preserved 17 clean sheets in his final season, three more than his closest competition, but there was no settlement to a contract dispute.

The Spaniard won five major titles with United, including the Premier League in 2013, and was voted club player of the year.

However, he was released, and the club reportedly upgraded Marcus Rashford to De Gea’s wage level.

His replacement, Onana, who joined from Inter Milan for £47 million, acknowledged he questioned his decision to join.

‘It was incredibly hard,’ he told MUTV. ‘But it’s the first time I’ve encountered such a situation.’

De Gea was United’s first choice goalkeeper for 12 years but left behind his £375,000-per-week deal in the summer

He was replaced by Andre Onana, a £47million signing from Serie A giants Inter Milan

De Gea won the Golden Glove in Erik ten Hag’s first season in charge of Old Trafford

‘Now I know the league, I know the people, I know the country, and I know Manchester. Okay, Rainchester!

‘When I look back today, I just smile because it was a valuable lesson for me. But at first, I thought, ‘Wow, did I made the correct choice?’

‘But I’m quite certain I made the right decision because Manchester United is the largest club in our nation, and it’s one of the biggest clubs in the world.

“Who would sаy no to coming to play for this beautiful club?”