. Speaking ahead of Spaina s fixture against Slovakia, Vicente del Bosque claimed that David De Gea risked losing his place in the national team for Euro 2016 if he continued to remain in the stands at Old Trafford.

Following a disastrous summer, De Gea finds himself in a peculiar position at Manchester United as the deal with Real Madrid fell through in the closing minutes of the transfer window. The Spaniard is under pressure to resolve his situation at Manchester United as he hopes to return to the starting eleven under Louis Van Gaal.

If he doesn’t play it will be very difficult for him to come to the Euros

As reported by Independent, Del Bosque issued a strong warning to his goalkeeper, making it clear that he would not be called up for Euro 2016 if he continued to remain in the stands at Old Trafford.

“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 the Euros).”

Stranded at Manchester, it will be interesting to see what Louis Van Gaal has in store for De Gea following the dramatic turn of events.

Maybe we have even been cowards

As reported by Goal.com, Vicente del Bosque also expressed his opinion with regards to Victor Valdesa position at Manchester United, claiming that he regretted not calling up the goalkeeper for national duty. Having been ostracized for not adhering to Louis Van Gaala s philosophy, the former Barcelona man has been stripped of a jersey number at Old Trafford as he failed to secure a move away from United.

“We were very close to calling Victor Valdes, he has always done well for the national team. I know that the national team is not a charity but maybe he needed a lift and in the end we didn’t give it to him.

“Maybe we have even been cowards. I think we are all people and we have to have feelings.a