Man U’s David De Gea has denied allegations that claims he and his Spain U-21 team-mates sexually abused two girls.
“It is all a lie,” De Gea said, ahead of Spain’s opening group game against Czech Republic on Monday.
“I feel even stronger about staying with the national team now… it is all false and it is in my lawyers hands”
“I never thought about leaving [the camp]. It gives me more strength to train even harder”
“I’m still very relaxed, just want to train and do what I like to do. I just want the tournament to start and to play.”
“I am a quiet guy and it is difficult that something affects me. And when something is false more reasons not to be affected.
“I was playing the Playstation in the room when I was told about it. Above all I wanted to tell my family, so they know this is all false, and they can be relaxed.
“I know what I have done with my life. It is all false.
“I have no idea where reports came from or how I could be [mixed up] in this. I am very relaxed, and I can only say it is all false.”
De Gea insisted that the stories were “all false” and that he was not going to leave the national team camp at Euro 2016, as he feels “even stronger”.Share on Facebook