Patrick De Koster demands his customer has given no idea to leaving the Etihad Stadium, with the Belgian midfielder attached to a drawn out agreement
Kevin De Bruyne has seen a move away from Manchester City mooted, particularly if an European boycott is maintained, however his specialist demands no idea has been given to leaving the Etihad Stadium.
The Blues are holding on to find whether an intrigue against a two-year suspension from mainland rivalry will be effective.
In the event that approvals are upset, at that point Pep Guardiola’s side will by and by contend among the tip top in 2020-21, however in the event that UEFA’s underlying decision is maintained, at that point it could be aggressive entertainers choose to set out toward the ways out and open new sections in their separate professions somewhere else.
De Bruyne is among those seeing a switch mooted, however Patrick De Koster claims there is no substance to the reports.
He has told Sporza: “right now he isn’t at all occupied with that. He despite everything has a three-year contract with a group that has a place at the head of the world, at a club and in a city where Kevin feels better and acknowledged.
“There will be numerous individuals who locate this wooly, yet he’s not considering an exchange.”
While trying to conclude the unwanted bits of gossip, De Koster concedes that provisional enthusiasm from a remote place has been enlisted in a player who has recently been connected with Barcelona and Real Madrid.
De Koster included: “There is consistently a casual enthusiasm for a decent player in the football world. Regardless of whether that is KDB or Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo or Antoine Griezmann.
“In the event that all that I read in the papers were right, at that point I would require a 48-hour watch and to be everywhere throughout the world simultaneously. I can pronounce in great soul here and even swear on my youngsters’ head that all that I read is 90% junk.”
For the present, De Bruyne is centered around closure the 2019-20 battle as decidedly as could be expected under the circumstances.
City have given up their Premier League title to Liverpool this season, however have countered that mistake by lifting the Community Shield and Carabao Cup and as yet having the FA Cup and Champions League in their sights.
“Kevin needs to end the season with a couple of cups,” said De Koster. “In the event that every one of these prizes are won, nobody will gripe about Manchester City’s season, I think.”