David De Gea wants Spain’s Prime Minister to offer public apology

De Gea demands public apology from Spanish prime minister over 2016 sex abuse case

De Gea demands public apology from Spanish prime minister over 2016 sex abuse case

The 27-year-old has always been a target for Real Madrid and speculation is rife that he might join the Champions League winners ahead of the 2018-19 season.

De Gea himself though, has insisted that he wants to forget about the club game for a few weeks and focus exclusively on Russian Federation. It's very important to have a good World Cup and I hope we can go far and win - that would be fantastic. Hopefully we can go far and win.

"Football is football and a thousand things can happen".

"I am a very calm guy and it is hard for me to be affected, but you have family, people close to you, who are affected more. I still don't know what was behind it all and everything that came out a few days before the start of Euro 2016". But I am always relaxed, whatever crops up, I'll always be the same and I want to be 100% focused on the World Cup.

On the eve of Euro 2016, David De Gea was alleged to have been involved in a sexual assault case.

Despite no evidence being found to press charges against the keeper, Spain's recently installed prime minister Pedro Sanchez said he "didn't feel comfortable" with him being part of the team at the time.

De Gea said his full focus was now on the World Cup despite continuing speculation that he could join Real Madrid, with Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak mooted as a potential replacement.

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

"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 very easy to talk about other people behind their back in this country.

"Many people criticised me, knowing that what they said wasn't correct, but then they have not had the courage to rectify it".

In Spain, we've grown accustomed to a high level of football and if the team doesn't win, it's seen as a fiasco.

"We also have a great national team, and it will be a tough game. But it's water under the bridge".

Spain will open their World Cup campaign with an intriguing contest against Portgual where De Gea will be hoping to shut Cristiano Ronaldo out.

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