Spain international snubs his country’s Prime Minister ahead of 2018 World Cup in act of revenge
– Goalkeeper David De Gea has refused to applause his country’s Prime Minister
– Pedro Sanchez visisted Spain’s camp ahead of their campaign at the 2018 World Cup
– But the Manchester United goalie appeared to be the only player to snub the new Spain’s leader
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea has angrily snubbed his country’s Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez who visited Spain team ahead of their campaign at the Russia 2018 World Cup.
All the Spanish players that will play in the 2018 World Cup in Russia applauded the Prime Minister when he was addressing them, but De Gea kept his hands in his pockets.
According to the report by Daily Star, David De Gea is still livid with how Pedro Sanchez criticized him two years ago when he was wrongly implicated in assault claims that had been made up.
The Manchester United goalie was accused to have arranged two women for assault in an hotel, but denied all allegations and was subsequently cleared of any wrongdoing after the investigation.
But before David De Gea was cleared, Pedro Sanchez was said to have stated that he was not comfortable with the goalkeeper appearing as Spain’s goalie because of the allegation.
Respected online daily El Español wrote: “De Gea ignores and doesn’t applaud Pedro Sanchez two years after he ‘accused’ him.”
Meanwhile, David De Gea is expected to be Spain’s number one goalkeeper at the Russia 2018 World Cup.
Earlier, had reported how Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea reportedly sent a summer transfer update to Real Madrid claiming he would only join them on one condition.
He has for the past three years being a target for Real Madrid and he is said to have told them to assure him of the number one jersey before he can join them.
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