City star De Bruyne to miss three months with knee injury

City star De Bruyne to miss three months with knee injury

The news that Kevin De Bruyne will miss the next three months of the season after suffering a serious knee injury in training came as a disgusting blow for a player who has been such a driving force for Manchester City in recent years, although there was better news coming out of the City camp on Friday.

Fortunately, after a consultation in Barcelona yesterday it appears the injury will not require surgery, as previously anticipated.

"Manchester City can confirm Kevin De Bruyne has suffered a lateral collateral ligament (LCL) lesion in his right knee", a club statement read.

"We'll never know but my opinion is that we demand a lot of the players", he added. It's a team game and whoever steps in will do well. We hope he can do as much as possible to get back and help us again.

De Bruyne was given three weeks off after the World Cup, having played over 500 minutes of action in helping Belgium reach the semi-finals at Russian Federation 2018.

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The Belgium global suffered an injury in training on Wednesday and will be out for three months. But human beings have a limit.

"It will be a big miss like last season with Benjamin Mendy".

Do you think United can get anywhere close to United this season? "In the end if Tottenham want to suggest something they'll speak with our CEO, and our people and the best for the Premier League, and we are going to decide".

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has branded those who think Kevin De Bruyne's injury has levelled the playing field as "a**holes". They lost the home game however, and Guardiola was keen to point out the difference in belief between his side and the likes of eventual winners Real Madrid.

The midfielder won the 2010 World Cup, as well as the 2008 and 2012 European Championships, before announcing his global retirement earlier this week. "He can rest a little bit more with his wife, family and little boy and train with us".

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