Kevin De Bruyne ruled out for matches against Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur after picking up injury

Along with Sergio Aguero, Kevin De Bruyne will miss a lot of matches and Manchester City will have to cope without him for a period of time.

The Belgian playmaker is the most influential player at Manchester City and also provides the most assists for the forwards to score goals

Pep Guardiola confirmed that Kevin De Bruyne will miss out on crunch matches against Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur. He is ruled out for 4-6 weeks after picking up a hamstring injury after the match against Brighton and Hove Albion. He recently hit the milestone of picking up 100 assists and has joined the top 10 players with the highest amount of assists and sits at joint 10th with Teddy Sheringham.

Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne will be missing for Manchester City at the same time

Sergio Aguero will be missing the next two weeks for Manchester City after having tested positive for COVID-19 after coming in contact with a positive case before. He will be required to self-isolate for two weeks and then return a negative test to play for the team again. In this two weeks he will about 4 matches and may be back for the match against Liverpool. Kevin De Bruyne is expected to miss matches until Manchester City plays Arsenal 4 weeks from now if things go well for him and in the case that his injury keeps him out for 6 weeks, the Manchester Derby is the time he can return.

Manchester City has coped without him before and have won the Premier League in the 2017/18 season and it is expected that they can cope now too. In this time period much will be expected of Phil Foden and he would have to step up to be a creative player for them.

Also read: Arsenal announce loan signing of Mat Ryan from Brighton and Hove Albion


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