Corona virus lockdown convinces Manchester city’s Kevin De Bruyne to Defer retirement


Corona virus has made every thing standstill going around the world. Same goes with the Manchester city midfielder Kevin De Bruyne who has deferred his retirement by two years as he realized that how much he will going to miss football.

The pandemic has made everything standstill take it a global sport or events being postpone, suspended. Even the premier league season has been suspended until further notice after the positive cases in several teams.

Dev Bruyne was back to his best after the injury this season, leading the league with 16 assists to break the premier league record of 20 in a season before the league was suspended last month.

He said that he already told his wife that he is going to play longer in a live video on his Instagram page “I told my wife I’m going to play little longer, after this lockdown, I cannot stay at home. I told her I’m going to take two years more .” He also supported the decision of lockdown by saying “Its time to play football again. I miss it and it’s difficult. But we are not important, football is not important. People love football…but you need to stay safe.”

He further tells about his family that they were in self isolation as his child fell ill last month and due to which he is not able to travel back to his native Belgium.“I’ve been at home now for two weeks, at the beginning, my family and my kids were a little bit sick so that was little bit worrying but they are alright now.”


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