Spain World Cup 'keeper De Gea wants public apology from prime minister

FIFA World Cup Goalkeeper David De Gea Demands Public Apology From Spain Prime Minister

FIFA World Cup Goalkeeper David De Gea Demands Public Apology From Spain Prime Minister

"You have to be focused on having a good World Cup - we are all good".

De Gea's focus was hampered during Spain's last appearance at a major worldwide tournament when his name became linked with a sexual assault case in the build-up to Euro 2016.

"What he said at the time was in public, and that is why I think the apology should be made in public too".

United No 1, De Gea is a long-term target for Real, with the Spanish giants said to be keen on making a mammoth bid for the Spain No 1.

When pressed further about the transfer rumours, De Gea added: "Football is football and a thousand things can happen". But I'm always calm and come my way, I will continue to be the same. "The thing is that what he said back then was in public and for that I think that his apology should also come in public", he said.

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De Gea had previously denied any involvement in the sex assault case with no evidence found against him. "It's easy to talk about others in this country". It is important to be focused and be 100 per cent'.

Spanish news outlet, Diario Gol reports however that Real Madrid skipper, Ramos, has told the club to abandon their plans to sign De Gea. I always said that it was a lie and yet people continued saying that I should not go to the national team. In the end, things are shown, it turned out that everything was a lie. But obviously, I have family and people that are close to you who are more affected than me.

Spain head to Russian Federation in the hopes of restoring former glories having won the World Cup and Euros in quick succession less than a decade ago. "We will try to do our best".

Spain open their World Cup campaign against neighbours Portugal in a repeat of the meeting at the 2010 World Cup in which a David Villa goal was enough to send his side through to the quarter-finals.

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