Spanish media were quick to claim De Gea had deliberately snubbed Sanchez.
Respected online daily El Espanol wrote: "De Gea ignores and doesn't applaud Pedro Sanchez two years after he 'accused' him of child abuse."
Sports daily Marca said: "David De Gea was cold and distant with the Spanish PM."
Another well-read Spanish news website branded the incident: "David De Gea's revenge against Pedro Sanchez."
De Gea took time out of his Euro 2016 preparation to brand the reports as lies.
It later emerged the woman's allegations were false and De Gea and another well-known Spanish player she tried to implicate - were not called to give evidence by an investigating judge.
As well as admitting he did not feel comfortable with De Gea in goal for Spain, Sanchez also said at the time: "I respect the presumption of innocence but above all, you have to put yourself in the shoes of the victim."
De Gea and Sanchez appeared to have put a lid on their difference of opinion on Wednesday.
Luis Rubiales, the president of the Spanish Football Federation, told a Spanish radio station: "The mess with De Gea has resolved itself.
De Gea kept his hands in his pockets throughout the meeting