David de Gea tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer what transfers Man Utd should make

David de Gea claims Manchester United need to add more experience to their ranks to help them challenge for major trophies again.

The Red Devils suffered their third semi-final defeat of the season on Sunday night, going down 2-1 to Sevilla in the Europa League.

The result means the club have failed to win any silverware for three successive years, their worst run for more than three decades.

And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still awaiting his first trophy as United boss after narrowly missing out in the FA Cup and Carabao Cup at the same stage previously.

While the team are vastly improved from at the start of the season, many first team players are still quite young and are lacking big game experience.

Solskjaer still has his sights on several targets in the summer transfer window, namely Borussia Dortmund ace Jadon Sancho.

But United goalkeeper De Gea insists it is experienced players that the team needs to help them bring back the glory years.

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“I think we improved already this season,” said De Gea. "We were 14 points behind the third position in the Premier League. We finished third at the end.

“We played very good, I think, in many games. We deserved to be in the Europa League final, if we're honest.

“But maybe we need a bit of experience, more experience in the team, but we have to score the chances. That was the point for us from the game.

"Let's keep improving, let's keep fighting for this club and let's try to win trophies next season.

“I think we are playing very good football, attacking football, and we're all enjoying playing attacking football.

"There have been a lot of games, not a lot of rest, so we have a couple of weeks to rest, properly rest, and then start training again.

"The games go again and we have to be 100 per cent focused and ready to play our best football."

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De Gea has been criticised this season after several high profile mistakes between the sticks, but the Spaniard claims he still trusts himself to perform.

"No, I trust in myself,” said De Gea. "I showed my qualities all the years, so I just keep available for the manager.

"I'm always ready to play and try to help the team as always, as I did always."

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