David de Gea refuses to rule out Real Madrid move


De Gea's focus was hampered during Spain's last appearance at a major global tournament when his name became linked with a sexual assault case in the build-up to UEFA Euro 2016.

Manchester United superstar David de Gea has refused to rule out a potential exit this summer, with Real Madrid reportedly keen to secure his services next season.

Sanchez visited the Spain World Cup squad last week, of which Dea Gea is an integral member, before they left for Russian Federation, using the occasion to clear the air with the 27-year-old face-to-face.

"My future? The important thing is the World Cup and not to think of anything else that can divert you or upset you", De Gea told reporters at Spain's Media Day ahead the World Cup.

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 worldwide training camp.

"You have to be focused on having a good World Cup - we are all good".

De Gea, however, is now in Russian Federation preparing for the upcoming FIFA World Cup. "It's easy to talk about others in this country".

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'But I'm always calm. Come what may, I'll be the same.

"Many people criticised me, knowing that what they said wasn't correct, but then they have not had the courage to rectify it". From the beginning I said that everything was a lie and some even said that I shouldn't be in the national team and, in the end, it was shown to be a lie. "I just want to be 100 percent focused on the World Cup".

"It is water under the bridge and it came out that it was all a lie".

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

David de Gea of Spain attends a press conference on June 10, 2016 in La Rochelle, France.

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