Manchester City midfielder De Brunyne has been rumoured to leave Etihad, but his agent has said he is not thinking of a transfer.
Kevin De Bruyne is considering a move away from Manchester city especially if the European ban is upheld, but his agent said that no thought has been given to leaving Etihad.
The blues are Waiting whether the appeal for the two-year ban will be successful from playing continental competitions.
If the ban is eventually lifted, Pep Guardiola’s side will be eligible to compete among Europe’s top clubs in the champions league, but if the ruling is upheld, then top performers could consider exits and continue the different chapters of their careers.
Kevin De Bruyne is among the top players considering an exit but Patrick De Koster claims there is no substance to the reports.
He told Sporza, “At the moment he is not all busy with that, he has a three year contract with the team that belongs at the top of the world, at a club and a city where Kevin feels good and appreciated.”
“There will be many people who will find this wooly, but he is not thinking about a transfer.”
While trying to end those rumours, tentative interest from afar have been registered with the player as he’s been linked to Real Madrid and Barcelona.
De Koster said “There is always an informal interest for a good player in a world of football, whether it is KDB, Messi, Ronaldo or Griezmann.”
“If everything I read on papers were correct, then I would need a 48- hour watch and to be all over the world at the same time. I can declare in a good conscience here and even swear on the children’s head that everything I read is 90% rubbish.”