Covid-19 crisis looks set to keep Kevin De Bruyne & Paul Pogba in Manchester!
The Belgium midfielder raised that possibility over the weekend during an interview with HLN.
Man City are facing a two-year European football ban as UEFA found the club guilty of breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
While City are appealing that decision, its unclear if the Premier League club will be successful.
As for Paul Pogba, rumours about his possible exit from Man United have been swirling around for months.
However, in the Times on Monday, Man United and Man City fans are told that De Bruyne and Pogba are likely to remain at their respective clubs for the foreseeable future.
That’s due to the economic impact of the Covid-19 crisis.
Starting with De Bruyne, the Times firstly confirm that “sources close to the player insisted yesterday that he has no intention of quitting.”
As for Pogba, Juventus appear to have dropped out of the race for his signature.
Juventus’s chief football officer, Fabio Paratici, suggested that the finances surrounding any deal for Pogba means it’s difficult for any club to sign him from Old Trafford.