KEVIN DE BRUYNE’S knee damage will not be as unhealthy as Manchester Metropolis first feared with the grasp midfielder not needing surgical procedure, in keeping with studies.
De Bruyne, nonetheless anticipated to be out for 2 months, was on crutches and with a brace on his leg on the premiere of Amazon’s documentary All or Nothing on Wednesday.
The Belgian midfielder had suffered an damage in coaching and Metropolis had been involved he can be out till November.
However, in keeping with Belgian newspaper HLN, the 27-year-old doesn’t want surgical procedure and is predicted to be out for round two months.
That would see him miss video games towards Liverpool, Tottenham and the Manchester derby.
De Bruyne had flown out to Barcelona on Thursday to begin treatment with Pep Guardiola’s favourite doctor Ramon Cugat.
Cugat has a historical past of serving to footballers get again to peak situation as quick as potential.
De Bruyne’s teammate Kyle Walker spoke of De Bruyne’s affect however believes the champions can cope with out him.
On the All or Nothing premiere, Walker mentioned: “Kevin is a superb participant and it’s simply unlucky that it’s occurred to him in coaching however there’s greater than sufficient depth within the squad.
“We don’t simply depend on one participant. It’s a staff recreation and whoever steps in will do effectively.
“Clearly it’s an enormous loss however we’ve received greater than sufficient cowl.”
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