I Might Leave Manchester City If UEFA Upholds Ban – De Bruyne

Manchester City’s star man, Kevin De Bruyne, has said he will consider leaving the club if UEFA uphold the two-year ban from European competitions slammed on it.
The team were banned after being found guilty of “serious breaches” of Financial Fair Play regulations.
The Belgian told Het Laatste Nieuws, a Belgian daily, that he may have to consider his time at the club if the appeal fails. He added that if it gets reduced by one year, he may consider staying.
“The club told us they’re going to appeal and that they’re almost certain to get their way. I’m waiting to see what happens, but I trust my club,” said De Bruyne.
“Once we know more, I will make a decision. Two years without playing in Europe would be long but in the case of one year I might see,” he said.
Speaking on the status of the current Premier League disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, he said he believes the season will be finished “because the financial aspect is far too important”.
“My feeling is that we may be able to train again within two weeks. The government wants to restart football as soon as possible to give people something. I think this season will be finished,” De Bruyne told Belgian daily Het Laatste Nieuws.
“The financial aspect is far too important in the Premier League. If the season is not finished, it will cause serious problems,” he added.
Clubs were presented with the league’s “Project Restart” plans at a meeting on Friday and were told the remaining 92 matches of the 2019-2020 season must be played at neutral venues.

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