Furious De Gea wants Spain's PM to offer public apology

Ruben Hill
June 12, 2018

Romero, 31, has only made 38 appearances for the Red Devils - just seven in the Premier League - since arriving from Sampdoria in 2015, as de Gea has established himself as one of the world's best goalkeepers.

De Gea was never charged, and has requested a public apology from the PSOE leader. It's very important to have a good World Cup and I hope we can go far and win - that would be awesome.

"The thing is, though, that what he said at the time was in public so I think his apologies should also be made publicly".

Spain take on European champions Portugal in their Group B opener on June 15, and De Gea said he was ready to face Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo.

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

"I accepted his apology politely".

"It's also true that the majority of public people have disrespected me and haven't bothered to apologise to me in private. It's easy to talk about others in this country".

"From the off I gave a press conference saying it was all a lie but people spoke about me", De Gea told Spanish sports newspaper Diario AS.

'But I'm always calm. But obviously, I have family and people that are close to you who are more affected than me. In the end, things are shown, it turned out that everything was a lie. It is important to be focused and be 100 per cent'. "But it's water under the bridge".

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

During the build up to the tournament, however, De Gea found himself involved in an allegation which not only changed him as a person but also soured his relationship with the national media.

"We are all good".

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