- Kevin De Bruyne who plays for Premier League side Man City will be out for six weeks
- Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola confirmed that it will be a big blow for the club
- The Citizens are currently occupying second position on the Premier League table
Pep Guardiola who is the manager of Premier League side Manchester City has been dealt with a big blow as one of his most trusted players Kevin De Bruyne will be out for six weeks after injury.
The Belgian football star has been impressive for Manchester City since he got to the Premier League and has created nice assists for the Etihad landlords.
De Bruyne sustained an injury while playing for Manchester City against Premier League rivals Aston Villa in the game Pep Guardiola and his wards won 2-0.
He has been able to win the hearts of City fans with his incredible performances for years which has helped the Citizens to win two straight Premier League titles.
Pep Guardiola stated clearly that Kevin De Bruyne will be missing action for Manchester City for at least six weeks.
“The doctor said we’ll review the scan today which we’ve done and it will be between four and six weeks out.
“We have to find a solution as everyone is struggling and we have to adapt.”
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Kevin De Bruyne who is a Belgian footballer playing for Manchester City has landed another remarkable achievements in his career after getting his 100 assists for the Citizens.
The talented attacking midfielder achieved this success after providing a superb assist for John Stones to score in Manchester City's big win over Crystal Palace at the Etihad stadium.
Manchester City were so superb in the Premier League encounter as the victory took the Citizens to second position on the English top flight table and are two points behind leaders Manchester United.
Since joining Manchester City in 2015 from Wolfsburg, Kevin De Bruyne has played 167 games for the Citizens netting 39 goals for the Premier League side.
Having been crowned Premier League Player of the Season and PFA Player of the Year last term, the Belgian superstar also finished as the best assist provider in the English first division.
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