Kevin de Bruyne suffers knee injury, could miss several months


Betfair punters have been rushing to back Liverpool to win the Premier League after it emerged that Man City talisman Kevin De Bruyne has suffered a serious injury.

"Kevin De Bruyne is undergoing tests on his right knee after sustaining an injury at training on Wednesday", read a brief statement from City.

Reports emerged earlier today of a potential season-ending injury for the Belgium worldwide, who finished runner-up in last term's PFA Player of the Year voting.

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De Bruyne, who has been at City since 2015, scored eight goals and provided 16 assists last season in a series of dynamic performances for the champions.

Though there's no official confirmation from the club, the fact there's talk that it's similar to the injury sustained in the Capital One Cup semi-final against Everton in January 2016 is incredibly concerning.

The Belgian was one of the key components within Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side last season that romped to the Premier League title, breaking nearly every record along the way.

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It is believe this injury will keep De Bruyne out for two to three months, sidelining him until at least October.

City opened its Premier League title defence with a 2-0 win at Arsenal on Sunday.

Kyle Walker is confident Manchester City will be able to cope with the loss of Kevin De Bruyne to injury.

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