Published: Thu, June 14, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

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Dea Gea demands public apology Spanish prime minister

David De Gea has refused to rule out the possibility of leaving Manchester United this summer and completing a long-awaited move to Real Madrid after his involvement at the World Cup.

The newly appointed Prime Minister of Spain, Pedro Sánchez, visited the national team squad recently to wish them luck before they began they set off to Russian Federation for this summer's World Cup.

Back in 2015, the Galacticos came within seconds of signing De Gea in a deadline-day deal that fell through, because United failed to deliver the paperwork in time to secure the worldwide transfer clearance. De Gea told an interview with Diario AS.

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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.

Man United and Real agreed a deal worth £29m for De Gea, including the exchange of fellow 'keeper Keylor Navas, back on Deadline Day in August 2015 but paperwork wasn't completed in time and the transfer fell through. It's very important to have a good World Cup and I hope we can go far and win - that would be wonderful.

Whether or not the 27-year-old will still be in Manchester come the end of the season remains to be seen.

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Spain take on European champions Portugal in their Group B opener on June 15, and De Gea said he was ready to face Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo. "Football is football and anything can happen but as always, I am calm".

The Spain global has developed into one of the World's top 'keepers since moving to United from Atletico Madrid in 2011, and any deal to bring him back to his homeland is expected to obliterate the highest ever transfer fee for a goalkeeper. "It is important to be focused and be 100%".

"We also have a great national team, and it will be a tough game".

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