Manchester United first-choice keeper De Gea has termed the clubs performance unacceptable.
De Gea was speaking following their 1-0 defeat at Newcastle on Sunday.
He continued by saying it is the most difficult time has been at the club and he does not know what is happening to them.
“It is not acceptable, not just this game but the whole season. It is the most difficult time since I have been here. I don’t know what is happening. We cannot even score one goal in two games.”
The sentiments follow a series of poor performances displayed by the club including a barren draw in the Europa League fixture.
In two games, the Red Devils have completely failed to score a single goal as they hold position twelve with nine points.
Solskjaer echoes De Gea sentiments
The pressure is also mounting on manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer to perform as fans have begun the call for his sacking.
In a press briefing after the Newcastle fixture, Solskjaer said they are unhappy with the results.
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He continued by extending his apology to the fans for not winning games admitting the need for a rebuild.
“We’re unhappy with the results. I’ve got to say sorry to the fans. We’re not winning games, but that’s down to a rebuild and this is not a similar situation to Everton last year when I felt people had given up, these boys give everything for the shirt
The defeat is symptomatic of where we are. It’s disappointing. We have given ourselves a very, very tough task to get into the top four and we need results straight away.” Said, Ole Gunner
In eight away fixtures, United have gone without a win is the longest period in the club’s history since 1989.