David De Gea is in danger of losing one year of his career both for club and country as Del Bosque, the manager of the Spanish national team has thrown a new twist in the saga involving the former Atletico Madrid shot stopper, Van Gaal and Manchester United and Real Madrid.
Vincente Del Bosque has told reporters that he would only be taking first team regulars to the 2016 EURO championships as Spain look to bounce back from their disappointing showing at the 2014 World cup and Del Bosque has told reporters that it would be “very difficult” to pick De Gea if he doesn’t feature consistently this season despite his proven abilities. When press men asked the former Real Madrid manager his opinion on De Gea’s attitude and his subsequently failed attempt to force a move to Real Madrid, Del Bosque offered his wisdom saying “He needs to be professional and move on from this episode. I hope that he starts playing again and is happy, and if he plays well we can bring him along, otherwise if he doesn’t play it will be very difficult for him to come [to Euro 2016].” De Gea must now be on attention as he is yet to feature in Manchester United’s team sheet this season in the 6 matches in which Romero has managed to keep four clean sheets and concede only three goals.
A few days ago, the entire world was advising Louis Van Gaal to swallow his pride over De Gea but with Del Bosque’s latest comments, it is De Gea who would need to swallow his pride or his career could begin a decline a little too early in his life.