Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury in training

Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury in training

European Soccer

Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury in training


Manchester City forward Kevin De Bruyne suffered a knee injury in training on Wednesday, the club confirmed.

The full extent of the injury is not yet known, but some reports indicate that the 27-year-old Belgian forward could be out up to three months.

De Bruyne is coming off a spectacular year at the Etihad, where he scored 12 goals and registered 21 assists in 2017-18, helping lead City to the Premier League title and EFL Cup. He also was a regular during Belgium’s third place finish at Russia 2018.

The Man City star previously suffered a right knee injury in 2016 during an EFL Cup semi-final against Everton. The midfielder was forced to miss 12 games while he recovered.

City began their title defense with a 2-0 home win against Arsenal. De Bruyne came on in the 60th minute as a substitute and played well outside of his 73rd minute yellow card.

Manchester City next host Huddersfield Town at the Etihad on Sunday.

More from


A familiar face is on his way back to the Vancouver Whitecaps. After seeing his contract terminated by Sporting Lisbon, Fredy Montero has rejoined the Canadian club on Friday. The 31-year-old played with the (…)


Barcelona will look to pick up three points over Real Valladolid on Saturday as Real Madrid continue to hunt for the La Liga crown. Los Blancos will face Girona on Sunday hoping to keep the pressure on (…)

More SBI