Manchester City star Kevin de Bruyne is set to extend his contract with the club in a few weeks, per reports. The Belgian could have had the deal over the line if not for the unfortunate arrest of his agent Patrick De Koster.
De Koster was allegedly arrested on fraud charges late August after the player asked his financial accounts to be looked into. De Koster, who runs the management company J&S International Football Management, allegedly tampered with client funds’ running into millions of pounds. He is in custody now and awaiting further action. The agent has been with the player for over a decade, starting from whilst he was at Genk in Belgium. He is allegedly skimming of the player’s money hence the investigation into him.
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With Manchester City having to wait until mid-next month to get the CAS ruling on the UEFA ban, they are well aware of the implications. If CAS upholds the two-year ban, City’s momentum would be ruined, and the club pillaged. Prime of which would be Belgian Kevin de Bruyne.
De Bruyne has many admirers due to the range of his skills. He is arguably the best midfielder in all of Europe. His passing range, vision, assists make him world class. With City facing Financial Fair Play (FFP) heat, clubs have been circling around, preparing to take advantage. Former England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson advised Raheem Sterling and De Bruyne not to be sold on a move to Real Madrid.
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With Spain in a ‘state of alarm’ due to the novel Corona Virus crisis, Barcelona is proposing a wage cut. The club wants to retrospectively cut salaries by 70 percent from March 19, but the players want only a 30 percent cut. As at now there is yet to be an agreement, per reports in Spain.
With Lionel Messi earning over 500,000 pounds per week and his deal ending next summer, there are claims that the Argentine would consider a move to other clubs. Barcelona have made questionable deals in recent transfer windows that have put them in a bad position. With the move for Neymar from PSG, the situation would be even dire.
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Emre Can recently joined Borussia Dortmund from Juventus after Sarri felt he had better options and although Lucien Favre’s men have been doing quite alright since signing Erling Haaland, the latest loanee feels the club would be a lot more if they ruthlessly finished teams off
The last time Dortmund was a dominant force in world football, Kevin De Bruyne was still trying to find his feet in the Bundelisga after being made known to him that he wasn’t good enough for the premier league. Now, the Belgian is back at England as arguably one of the best playmakers in the league and Borussia Dortmund are now stuck deeper below even teams like RB Leipzig.
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Any regular follower has been aware of how much of an influence Kevin De Bruyne has been at Manchester City. The Belgian, after spending years been stunted at Chelsea under Jose Mourinho, has grown to become one of the most influential City players of the decade.
Kevin De Bruyne was one of the prominent faces that helped Manchester City string up a comeback against bitter rival s Chelsea in their 2-1 win. This win has blown up the adrenaline levels of City’s playmaker as he now sees himself as a big part of the team.
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Manchester City are fighting many battles at a time. This was supposed to be the season where Pep Guardiola pulls all forces into succeeding in Europe, after conquering England many times over. He broke all sorts of records, winning the league back to back. It was time to break into the continental market and gain ground.
However, the injury crisis at the Etihad has become a major issue. For the first time this season, the high scoring City setup could not get a goal when they faced Wolves at home on Sunday. The defending champs are now eight points off league leaders Liverpool. Guardiola insists the fight is not over this early and truly it is way too early.
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