Manchester City

Kevin De Bruyne return to Manchester City first team ahead of Crystal Place

The Belgian midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne is in line for a possible start when Manchester City takes on Crystal Palace in the Premier League this weekend.

The Belgian was sidelined due to a groin injury he suffered in the game against Everton, a game that forced Pep Guardiola to make an early chance for the Belgian.

With a return to first-team football, Manchester City will have more options in the middle of the park, both going forward.

The Cityzens have fallen on two occasions, leaving them eight points behind Liverpool after eight matches into the new season.

Kevin De Bruyne started full training ahead of the crunch tie with Crystal Palace as Guardiola hopes for a better outcome to keep tabs with Liverpool, who haven’t lost a single game this season.

Speaking on his return he said: Some of them are better, Mendy as well. Mendy was a little bit later. he told the Club’s Official website

Manchester City have a massive injury boost, going into this game against Crystal Palace as John Stones and Kevin De Bruyne are all in line for a possible start.

Benjamin Mendy could feature, but may still wait till he fully recovers.

Manchester City’s defensive woes might as well come to an end as the return of John Stones could bring back stability in the defense for City.


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