David DG was surprised by the strange message from the president of the Spanish Football Federation.

Manchester United star David De Gea has been the subject of a strange story in his Spain career, after the president of the national football federation (RFEF) contacted him about the goalkeeper’s retirement from international football. was sent

De Gea established himself as Spain’s number one at Euro 2016 and held that role until a poor 2018 World Cup saw him sidelined for the rest of the year. He hasn’t played for his country in just over two years and hasn’t even been called up since last November.

Despite improved club form, the 32-year-old did not even make Luis Enrique’s list of five goalkeepers in the initial 55-man Spain squad. Anai Simon, David Raya and Robert Sanchez got the nod, with Kepa Arrizabalaga and David Soria in contention as backups.

Journalist Jose Alvarez appeared on El Chiringuito to shed light on why De Gea is out of the picture, explaining that the player received a call from Enrique informing him that he was now an international. will not be considered for duty.

This has been described as a ‘technical decision’, in other words the coach considers other goalkeepers better suited to his preferred system. The DG is said to have asked for a specific reason but was not told. Then the situation got really weird.

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It is claimed that RFEF president Luis Rubiales sent a message to De Gea which read something like, “David I’m glad you’ve finally made the decision you’ve been thinking about. I have already been told that you are leaving the national team.

De Gea was understandably surprised as he had not retired from international football.

He replied: Nothing is renounced, who told you that I renounce anything? The coach has told me that he doesn’t trust me, but I have never said goodbye to the national team, nor do I intend to do so, if I am called up.

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