David De Gea demands public apology from Spanish Prime Minister
Jun 13 2018 by Marjorie Miles
Sánchez, who was not prime minister at the time, said he was "uneasy" about De Gea being Spain's number 1 going into the tournament.
The goalkeeper is now focusing on the World Cup with Spain, having been named in Julen Lopetegui's 23-man squad.
"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.
According to Diario Gol, who are renowned for their outlandish transfer rumours, Los Blancos skipper Ramos has got involved in the saga by holding talks with De Gea during Spain's global training camp.
'You have to be focused on having a good World Cup - we are all good.
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Meanwhile, De Gea has claimed he is too focused on the World Cup to think about his future. "It's easy to talk about others in this country". I always said that it was a lie and yet people continued saying that I should not go to the national team.
"I am a very calm kid and it is hard for me to be affected, but you have family, close people around you who affect you more, it is in the past and it came out that everything was a lie", De Gea told reporters on Monday.
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. "I just want to be 100 percent focused on the World Cup". It personally didn't affect me much but obviously I have people close to me that are affected by this more than me.
"It is water under the bridge and it came out that it was all a lie". The side did win the trophy in 2010 and if De Gea plays to his best ability, the Spanish side will be tough to score against. "But Portugal is not only Cristiano, they have a great national team, they won Euro 2016. We will try to do our best".