Manchester City defender, Aymeric Laporte has admitted that a UCL ban will hurt his club but he is very happy at the Etihad and will not ask for a transfer out of the club.
Laporte revealed that the club is waiting for the final decision and the players and manager will know what next for the upcoming season.
According to him, he is enjoying his football under Pep Guardiola and the team keeps doing great things on the pitch.
He added that the coronavirus period is the time to be extra careful and remain at home for as long as possible.
His words, “We are waiting for a final decision. We are going to see what happens next season.
“Obviously it would hurt us a lot if we aren’t in the Champions League next season.
“I am very happy here at Manchester City. I am enjoying my football here. We are doing great things here. In the last two years we have won eight trophies.”
On the coronavirus, “That’s (a personal training schedule) the best thing for everyone, that we do it every day,”
“They trust in you and you have to be professional. You have to follow what they say and we have to be responsible in this case.
“When we return to normality, when we start training again outside, we have to be ready.”
“We have the same protocol as has been given out in all countries: stay at home as much as possible, don’t go out in the street, don’t shake hands with anyone.
“If you go to the supermarket and you see someone you know, say hello to them, but don’t shake their hands or get close to them.”