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De Gea: "If I could, I'd sign Iniesta for United"

AS AS 30/05/2014 EP

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea wouldn’t hesitate if presented with a blank cheque to buy any player in the world: Andrés Iniesta was his answer, “one of the best players in the world,” according to De Gea.

“I’d sign Iniesta. I’d bring him to United because for me if he’s not the best player in the world, he’s one of them. He has personality, lots of quality, a goal in him. He’s got everything,” De Gea said in an interview with 'Movistar, la voz de la Selección' (Movistar, the voice of the national team’).

And to boot, he wouldn’t trade Mata, either. “I wouldn’t sell him. We have that extra bit of quality with him, he’s a great player and has fitted into the dressing room really well. People love him and in my opinion he’s a really important player,” he said.

In other matters, the man from Madrid wished Víctor Valdés “A very speedy recovery” and said he would be back to his usual level in no time. He also admitted that becoming number one in La Roja was no easy task: “Iker [Casillas] has been here for many years, and he has a lot of experience and many games behind him. Replacing him is very complicated,” he admitted.

“At the World Cup no-one is untouchable and sometimes you’re not at your best and there are people behind you playing really well. That means you have to be at your best, but Iker is one of the best keepers in the world,” he said when asked about the Real Madrid shot-stopper.

De Gea also reiterated how his former club Atlético Madrid “have to be proud of the football they’ve played” as well as, “how they’ve won”. “In the end the Champions League got away from them because of something small, but they gave it everything and you can’t blame them for anything. All of their players are an example,” he stressed, before saying that he “didn’t really care" about Cristiano Ronaldo’s celebration, though he did say that there were “strong emotions” and that “everyone celebrates in their own way.”

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