Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne targets blockbuster return from knee injury

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne targets blockbuster return from knee injury

Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne targets blockbuster return from knee injury

"I understand when you take that decision - it happened in Barcelona many times - I always know the reaction [will be bad] when the result is not good, but I have to take decisions".

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"Of course", said the 47-year-old Spaniard. "I've been here for seven years, it's going to be 10 when the contract expires".

Kevin de Bruyne, meanwhile, remains on track to make his comeback from a knee injury next month, with reports last week claiming the Belgium worldwide is targeting the Manchester derby on November 11 for his potential return.

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"He has to come back to training sessions and see how it works".

Guardiola angrily confronted the referee Lee Mason after the game, claiming that the tackle was worthy of a red card rather than a booking, and said his "artists" needed more protection. "The important thing is when he comes back, he is completely fit and finishes the rest of the season".

Pep Guardiola's side opened their Champions League campaign against Lyon in midweek and instead of it being a sell out in Manchester there were just 40,111 fans inside the stadium, around 13,000 short of capacity.

Upon being asked - at the end of the 2017/18 season - if he would prefer to win the Premier League or the Champions League next season, Guardiola said: "Premier League".

"Hopefully I can be back soon, help the team, and perform well". They made a few changes and looked a lot stronger when they put the regulars on in the second half. "But they don't have to apologise".

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