David de Gea shoots down questions despite Real Madrid interest

David de Gea shoots down questions despite Real Madrid interest

The claims against the duo came up in a court case against adult film director Torbe, with the goalkeeper remembering that one public figure to doubt his innocence was Pedro Sanchez, the man who only recently became Spain's new prime minister.

Manchester United star David de Gea has insisted he has no time for the Real Madrid rumours as he hopes to avoid any distractions that can hurt his World Cup campaign.

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.

"I accepted his apology politely, but what he said back then was in public and for that his apology should also come in public", he said.

Sanchez made his comment after a woman accused De Gea of organising a party where women were obliged to have sex with footballers.

De Gea should be focussed on the World Cup as he looks to take Spain all the way to the final and win the trophy.

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. "It's easy to talk about others in this country". 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.

'But I'm always calm. "It is important to be focused and be 100%". "But it's water under the bridge".

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.

"He is a great player, one of the best in the world", he said.

David de Gea of Spain attends a press conference on June 10, 2016 in La Rochelle, France. "We will try to do our best".