Man City ace Kevin De Bruyne will take great pleasure from scoring against his former club Chelsea, according to his father.
Mourinho caused further upset in the De Bruyne camp as shortly prior to letting the Belgian international leave Stamford Bridge, he labeled him a ‘cry-baby’.
“With De Bruyne, if you have a player knocking on your door and crying every day he wants to leave, you have to make a decision,” he told the media.
However, De Bruyne’s father, Herwig, hasn’t forgotten about that comment and after his son sealed a return to the Premier League following his £58m move to Man City from Wolfsburg, he has revealed that the 24-year-old wants to silence his former boss.
“Kevin will have no more to prove against Chelsea than he will against Swansea. But if he scores against Chelsea, he will say in his heart,‘Yes, now I have you’,” he said, according to the Daily Star.
De Bruyne was sold for £18m to Wolfsburg after starting just three games in two years at Stamford Bridge.