David de Gea says he is still in the dark on who will be Spain’s starting goalkeeper at Euro 2016, despite his appearance against Georgia.
De Gea completed Spain’s shock 1-0 defeat to Georgia in their final dress rehearsal for Euro 2016 on Tuesday, but with Iker Casillas in goal against South Korea last week, the Manchester United man remains no closer to knowing who will play in France.
“We’ll see what happens on [June] 13. I’m here to do what the Coach tells me,” he remarked after the game.
“When I’m on the pitch, I only think about helping the team and doing well. We mustn’t mull over this result.
“I’m here on the back of three good seasons for Manchester United. There’s always debate about the goalkeepers, but us three will do our best.”