United ace demands public apology from Spanish PM

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During Spain's build-up to Euro 2016, David De Gea and Iker Muniain were implicated in a sex abuse scandal that they have since been cleared of, but haven't forgotten. The 27-year-old has always been linked with a move to the Spanish capital and was close to completing a transfer to Old Trafford in 2015.

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. The important thing is the World Cup and not to think of anything else that can divert you or upset you. It's very important to have a good World Cup and I hope we can go far and win - that would be wonderful. Our qualifying campaign was nearly ideal and our idea is to carry that through in the finals, with a little luck and the team we've got, hopefully we can go far.

Football is football and millions of things can happen.

'But I'm always calm. "I still don't know what was behind it all and everything that came out a few days before the start of Euro 2016". "It is important to be focused and to play at 100 per cent". The Spanish PM met the Spain team last week when he attempted to ease the tension by apologising in person to De Gea, according to an ESPNFC report.

"I politely accepted his apology", said the five-time PFA Team of the Year goalkeeper.

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"It is also true that most public figures who disrespected me have not even apologised in private". It's very easy to talk about other people behind their back in this country.

As for his future, he noted that his plan is continue winning titles under Jose Mourinho, he said: "I have to win titles with United".

De Gea is set to be Spain's World Cup No1 this summer.

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 have a great national team but every game is a battle for us. "But it's water under the bridge". De Gea travelled to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil but failed to make an appearance as Spain were eliminated in the group stage of the competition.