Sergio Ramos has defended his Spanish team-mate and goalkeeper David De Gea prior to their match against Czech Republic at 3:00 pm today.
“I don’t think the controversy has changed anything, We have a good atmosphere in the squad. The group has to support whatever player goes through whatever situation, I’ve always said that”.
De Gea has denied any wrongdoing after allegations claimed him to have sexually assaulted a female prostitute days before Euro 2016.
Spanich coach Vicente del Bosque has admitted that if De Gea is ready to play, he will play.
De Gea, Muniain and Isco are just three players who have been involved in the allegations.
“No one is more surprised by this news than me” said De Gea in a Press Conference last week. “It is a lie, completely false.”
Muniain took his frustrations to Twitter not long after the news was dropped.
Comunicado de Iker Muniain: pic.twitter.com/z9SBlCQCPW
— Iker Muniain (@IkerMuniain10) June 10, 2016