Manchester city sweating over Kevin De Bruyne injury

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The Manchester City midfielder injured his knee on Thursday night and early indications are that he will be out for at least four weeks.

Kevin De Bruyne is set to miss the Manchester Derby with a knee injury that could keep him out of action until December, sources understands.



Sources close to the Manchester City midfielder have indicated he is likely to miss anywhere between four and six weeks, although further tests are planned on Friday afternoon.

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He is also expected to travel to Barcelona for treatment at Dr Ramon Cugat’s specialist clinic.

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De Bruyne missed 10 matches with a knee ligament injury earlier this season, though that was his right knee and on Thursday he appears to have injured his left.

After the match Guardiola told reporters that the club’s medical staff would carry out further tests.

“We do not know if it is nothing or something serious,” he said.

De Bruyne was making only his second start of the season against the Cottagers and was in fine for at the Etihad Stadium, having returned to the starting line-up against Shakhtar Donetsk last week but not risked from the beginning on a poor pitch at Wembley on Monday.

“I think he will come back strong, Guardiola said.

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