David De Gea has claimed that allegations that he organised a meeting in which two girls were "sexually abused" by Spain Under-21 teammates are "all false".
The Spain and Manchester United goalkeeper also insisted he will stay with his teammates and take part in Euro 2016.
De Gea's international colleagues refused to take questions or comment on his situation after reports on Friday in Spanish newspaper El Diario revealed the contents of a protected witness statement that named De Gea in a wider prostitution and people trafficking case.
But De Gea came out and completely denied the claims, assuring fans that he would play for Spain if called upon.
"It is all a lie," the 25-year-old said.
"I am a quiet guy and it is difficult that something affects me. And when something is false more reasons not to be affected
"I was playing the Playstation in the room when I was told about it. Above all I wanted to tell my family, so they know this is all false, and they can be relaxed.
"I know what I have done with my life. It is all false.
“I have no idea where reports came from or how I could be [mixed up] in this. I am very relaxed, and I can only say it is all false.”