Girlfriend of Manchester United goalkeeper refuses to comment on his future

Girl friend of Manchester United goalkeeper, Edurne Garcia refuses to answer question on where he will be playing next season

 

The future of Manchester United goalkeeper, David de Gea is in the news right now as he has undefined to Real Madrid.

His girlfriend however wants to stay clear from the reports.

David de Gea's girlfriend,  Edurne Garcia was on Tuesday, May 19 quizzed by a TV Presenter about the future of his boyfriend, but refused to give away any answer.

The Eurovision singer is preparing for a contest in Vienna and was asked if De Gea was going to accompany him.

"You know my boyfriend is working. The league is coming to an end and he won't be able to come. I've said it many, many times," she said before deflating the next question about the future of the 24-year-old goalkeeper.

"Is he going to sign with Real Madrid?" the presenter asked.

After a few seconds of silence, the singer replied: "The truth is I'm so happy to be here at Eurovision," she said.

The presenter kept pressing with questions about De Gea but Edurne Garcia pretended not to hear, saying: "I can't hear anything' before adding, 'I'm here to talk about Eurovision and about my song. I'm one of the favourites."

The TV presenter kept pushing.

"Would you like it if David signed for Real Madrid, yes or no? Is he going to sign today and will you be the first one he calls?," the TV presenter asked but  Garcia claimed someone away from camera was calling her, waved goodbye and darted off.

The future of the goalkeeper is still uncertain and questions about it was not asked at Manchester United's end of season's awards ceremony where he was named the club's Player of the Year, voted by the players and fans.

Coach Louis van Gaal even revealed that he undefined.

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