David De Gea snub: Cesc Fabregas says all is fine after a blanking Spain team-mate

Midfielder appeared to snub team-mate during Slovakia win

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Cesc Fabregas has laughed off claims that there is any problem between him and Spain team-mate David De Gea after he seemed to snub the hand of the player during Spain's 2-0 win over Slovakia this weekend (see video below), taking to Snapchat to post a picture of the pair together with the caption: "All is fine guys".

As Chelsea's Fabregas was substituted in the Euro 2016 victory he high-fived the entire Spain bench, apart from De Gea.

This led to much speculation on social media that there as a problem between the players, but Fabregas has now denied this,

It had a been a week to forget for De Gea, who saw his dream transfer from Manchester United to Real Madrid collapse on deadline day.



De Gea looked set for a return to Spain after the two clubs agreed a £29m deal that included Real goalkeeper Keylor Navas, only for a delay in the contractual negotiations to end any hopes of the deal being completed.


Real initially released a 10-point statement to explain why in their eyes United were to blame for the collapse. The Premier League returned fire with a 10-point statement of their own, in which they laid the blame firmly at the feet of the 10-time Champions League winners.


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