Kevin De Bruyne Set For Manchester City To Return To Burnley

The Belgian playmaker has not presented since a knee injury in August Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Kevin De Bruyne is all set to return to Manchester City after two months’ absence on Saturday against Burnley. The Belgian midfielder has recovered from knee joint injury and after this, he is on full training. “He is ready to play,” said Guardiola.

“He has worked well and without pain, so I’ll probably give him some time in the coming game. Maybe he’s not ready to be on the field for all 90 minutes, yet we’re all eager to see him in action once again. Kevin is a lot important player for us. “De Bruynes chances of being played are increased by injuring Ilkay Gündogan, who not is there for few weeks, although Fabian Delph is all fit if it is important to meet Burnley, described by Guardiola as “champion in the long ball and other ball game”. City manager was pleased to see that Raheem Sterling scored two goals for England at midweek, but believes that the player could still get better than before.

“At present, the mental condition of Raheem is stronger, and it is better than before scoring the goals for England,” said Guardiola. “He is young and just 23 he is aware that he can improve a lot.” Former City youth Jadon Sancho made his English debut in the last game opposite Croatia, and Guardiola is disappointed in losing his wing to Borussia Dortmund. He believes that his player’s interest from other countries is an inevitable fact in the present time life. “The English teams are in search of young players in Spain and Italy, are not they?” He said.

We were always eager to keep Sancho and so we tried everything that we could. But, Sancho was eager to start his career of football in Germany.