Kevin De Bruyne in dispute to confront Chelsea with Man City star in front of plan for damage fight
Kevin De Bruyne is confident he will be ready to face his old club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge one month from now.
The Belgian was sidelined with another knee injury at the start of November – under about fourteen days in the wake of returning from a two months out.
City initially said he would be out for four to six weeks but KdB is as of now gaining great ground.
He has pin-pointed a return to action around a week after the international break – which means he could highlight against Bournemouth on December 1.
And that would give the £54 million Belgian time to be fully firing for the trip to Stamford Bridge seven days after the fact.
De Bruyne was City’s player of the year in their record breaking season a year ago – however presently can’t seem to begin a Premier League amusement this term.
Meanwhile City will run checks on striker Sergio Aguero who was substituted in the second 50% of the Manchester derby prevail upon United.
The Argentina forward later had strapping at the top of his leg with some recommendation he had a tight hamstring.
But the champions do not play again until November 24 so they will be sure their best scorer will recoup in time.
City are making changes in their medical department as long-serving physio Lee Nobes is leaving the Etihad to join Liverpool.