David de Gea's Spain team-mates have been consoling the goalkeeper after his move to Real Madrid collapsed.
The Manchester United goalkeeper's proposed move to the Spanish capital collapsed in spectacular fashion at the final minute and De Gea looked visibly upset upon his arrival at the national camp.
But his compatriots have been offering him support as he deals with the fact his dream move to the Bernabeu has been postponed.
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The cameras have been firmly focused on De Gea as Spain gear up for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Slovakia and something very interesting has been discovered.
If you can believe the words of Spanish lip-readers than the goalkeepers failed move to Los Blancos has been talked about quite a lot during the international break.
A video has been released by Pasion-Futbolista.com that claimed the Spanish keeper was seeing saying in a conversation with Madrid captain Sergio Ramos ''You can't do it like that' and 'I'll do it, I'll do it.'
As the clip goes on Iker Casillas is seen saying 'Madre Mias, Madre Mias', showing his dismay for the former Atletico Madrid goalkeeper.
It is not certain what the United keeper was talking about in his conversation with Ramos, and it could have been a harmless conversation.
However it seems to have something to do with his failed move, and with the look on the keepers face he hardly looked happy to be talking about it.
Reports suggest the Red Devils are going to offer De Gea a new deal in a hope to either keep him at Old Trafford or ensure they do not lose their keeper on a free.
It is expected the stopper will return to the Manchester United line-up for the game against Liverpool, but with Louis van Gaal's stubborn nature it could quite possibly be some time before we see him back in between the sticks.