David De Gea has won the Manchester United Player Of The Year for the 4th time. He has gone down history lane as the first player in Manchester United to win the Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award four times, after receiving the accolade on Tuesday night. The goalkeeper also received the club’s Players’ Player of the Year award.
Celebrating, he said: “I think it is special to receive this award from my teammates, I love all of them. We are fighting for second place and we are in the [FA Cup] final, but we are Manchester United so it is not enough. We have to improve for next season. Of course it’s good to finish the season with a trophy, especially with Wembley and the fans.”
De Gea is aged 27.