De Gea Not Ruling Out Madrid Move

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

Real Madrid captain, Sergio Ramos, has told the club that Manchester United goalkeeper, David De Gea was not the right signing for the Santiago Bernabeu landlords.

When pressed further about the transfer rumours, De Gea added: "Football is football and a thousand things can happen".

The allegations were later found to be false and De Gea and Atletic Bilbao midfielder Iker Muniain, the other player implicated in the scandal - were not called to provide evidence by the judge in the case. "It is important to be focused and be 100 percent".

'We are very excited, there is a good team, a good group.

Sanchez though said he "didn't feel comfortable" with De Gea as Spain goalkeeper at Euro 2016. I get a lot of criticism about my music but I always try and play them good music. But obviously, I have family and people that are close to you who are more affected than me.

"There are many people who do not deserve to do interviews for them. The issue is that what he said back in the day was in public and that is why I think the apology should also be a public one", De Gea was quoted as saying by Diario AS.

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"In the end, things are proven and we saw that it was all a lie. I was already calm, but then you remain calmer still".

De Gea will be instrumental in his side's bid for worldwide football's biggest trophy and is expected to keep clean sheets at will.

But when asked about his future this summer, De Gea was unequivocal with his answer.

It had been said they could look to strike a deal before the World Cup begins in Russian Federation.

"Will I be first-choice?"

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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