Retrieved 02 May 2020, 23:56 IST
Kevin de Bruyne believes financial inevitability will force the Premier League to complete the 2019-20 season.
The UK report recommends a resumption agenda behind closed doors on June 8 this week.
Representatives of the top English clubs on Friday discussed proposals sent to the so-called ‘project resumption’, including protection and testing procedures designed to reduce the risk to players and staff in the coronavirus epidemic.
Manchester City star De Bruyne is expected to return to training in the middle of this month, even if he is not full of enthusiasm even if he plays in a neutral venue without fans.
“My feeling is that we may be able to train again in two weeks,” he told HLN. “The government wants to reintroduce football as soon as possible to give people something.
“I think everything will be over with the exception of the fans. It’s not really interesting for anyone, but this season will be over.
“The financial side is much more important in the Premier League. If the season is not over, it will cause serious problems.”
Ligue 1 and Eredivisie have canceled their tu, although the Premier League is currently looking to reach a decision alongside the Bundesliga, La Liga and Serie A.
City striker Sergio Aguero told El Chiringito this week that many players were “afraid” to return to action because of the increased risk to their families, de Bruyne – whose wife is expecting their third child – understands.
“Everyone will be tested when we start playing again,” he said.
“I do not think so [players] Really scared for them, but for their families. This is a problem for many people. “
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He has eight goals and one assist in the Premier League this season, although his man-of-the-match performance helped City to a 2-1 victory in the first leg of the Champions League last season at Real Madrid. Done.
“You are a rhythm and you have to stop suddenly,” he added.
“When the league starts again, I don’t really see it as an extension of the season. This makes it feel like the start of a new season.
“I haven’t settled down in my career for so long. Well, I won’t have any problems with it. The larger force is working. Whatever is said and decided, I agree with it.”