Kevin De Bruyne says he may have recovered from covid-19
The Belgian stated that his family members showed symptoms
Premier League in England is currently on suspension
Manchester City attacking midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has sent some words of fear to his fans and that of the club after confirming that he may have recovered from the deadly covid-19.
The entire world has been thrown into serious fear and tension by the level at which coronavirus has been killing humans for the past two months.
This pandemic has also made football authorities in the Premier League and also in all part of the world to suspend games until when they will get a clearer picture about the disease.
Kevin De Bruyne has now claimed that some of his family members showed some symptoms which brought tension to his household.
The Belgium international has been on isolation in England since the Premier League was suspended before he made the recent comment according to UK Mirror.
“At the beginning of the lockdown my family was sick for eight or nine days, it started with my little boy, then my older boy and then my wife, but I don’t know if we had it or not.
“Luckily we are out of it and the last two or three weeks has been really good and we are finding a routine and everything so we are fine.
“I had just a little bit of pain in my throat but out of the four I was really good in comparison to the other ones. I am happy that they feel fine and now they are doing really well,”. he explained according according to UK Mirror.
Meanwhile, there are reports that the Premier League will soon resume, but the remaining games may be played behind closed doors.
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