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Titles and achievements of midfielder Kevin De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne is a brilliant Belgian footballer who is characterized by a fun play for the spectators to fly his charming balls to his teammates and surprise the opponent,
The midfielder is one of the most prominent stars of the Belgian national team,
A key element in leading the Belgian attack alongside Real Madrid star Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku.

Kevin De Bruyne’s start with Club Man City and the march of achievements

Man City star Kevin De Bruyne was born in June 1991, when De Bruyne began the journey in the world of the round witch with the Belgian club Genk in 1999,
The Belgian joined the club until he arrived in 2005 to become a key player in the first team.

Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne

When the player turned 18, his talent and the beginning of his maturity emerged as a footballer and he was tired of winning the Belgian Professional League title in the 2010-2011 season.

The performances began to rain on the player, especially since the player’s position represents a coveted aspiration for all European clubs because of the scarcity of players in that position,
In 2012, the player joined The English club Chelsea in a deal of £7 million,
But his style of play did not go hand in hand with the club, which led to his loan to German club Werder Bremen,

The player returned to Chelsea but did not participate much as it was only 9 games played by the player,
This led the player to agree to offer a loan with Wolfsburg for £18million in 2014.

In the summer of 2015, Manchester City officially announced the signing of De Bruyne with the Wolfsburg winger. A six-season contract to be the Belgian international was the latest deal in the transfer season.

The transfer deal cost the former Chelsea player to Man City 55 million pounds After the player starred in the German club following his departure from Chelsea.

The teams to which the player has served:
KR Genck (2008-2012).
Werder Bremen (2012-2013).
Chelsea (2013 – 2014).
Wolfsburg (2014 – 2015).
Manchester City (2015-present).



Kevin De Bruyne achievements

Kevin De Bruyne’s most prominent titles include:
Premier League 2019
Premier League 2018
English League Cup three times
German Cup 2014 2015
German Super Cup 2015 2016
Belgian League 2010 2011
2009 Belgium Cup

Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne

Some of the personal awards received by the player during his career include:
Player of the Year in Germany 2015
He got  The best Belgian player abroad twice
The best squad in The Europa League 2015
The best squad in the Premier League 20172018

Important numbers that the player has been able to achieve include:
In 2005 he managed to reap the best goal maker in Europe,
The best goal maker in the Bundesliga 2015,
He also got the best goal maker in the history of the Premier League.

Kevin De Bruyne’s knee injury

Kevin has suffered a lot of knee injuries and in recent times the player has not settled in his presence with the club largely due to injuries he suffers.

The start was the announcement of Manchester city’s medical staff that Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne suffered a strong knee injury during his team’s training, which made everyone panic about the strength of the injury.

 Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne

After returning from an injury that caused his absence for three months, he suffered a new injury, where Man City coach Pep Guardiola stated that Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne was injured during his participation in the team’s match against Bournemouth in the Premier League.
De Bruyne suffered a hamstring injury during the match, according to coach Pep during remarks to the press,
Fans around the world are waiting for De Bruyne’s return from injury and the return of football fun again.

De Bruyne says that his wife, Michelle Lasroy, is his biggest supporter and is standing by him in the darkest of circumstances.
She was also the first person who was very afraid of being injured, but she tried to hold on to him so that she did not feel the danger of it, which made him grow stronger and bear his pain.



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