De Bruyne has dismissed Man City’s Anfield hoodoo ahead of Sunday’s crunch clash with Liverpool.
Kevin De Bruyne is relishing the challenge as Manchester City prepare for this weekend's crunch clash at Liverpool.
If anyone - and by 'anyone' we mean you, Ole - is in need of creativity, here are 10 players worth checking on...
Pep has revealed his anger at VAR's failure to award Kevin De Bruyne a penalty against Crystal Palace.
This would make a bloody good fantasy team. There's a lot of talent back this weekend...
Alexander-Arnold isn't considering a move to midfield despite a comparison with Kevin De Bruyne.
Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Kevin de Bruyne has been ruled out of Manchester City’s clash with Wolves.
Jamie Carragher believes Trent Alexander-Arnold could be Liverpool's very own Kevin De Bruyne.
The early contender for player of the season is a man determined to make up for lost time...
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Not everyone is turned on by the prospect of Gareth Southgate at Spurs. Also: mails on lucky Liverpool, KDB, and City's garb...
"Last season we were seven points behind - it happens." Liverpool thank you for the reminder, Kev.
De Bruyne has asked Kompany to "keep a place in his team for me in a year, or seven". Which is ambitious.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is needed at Liverpool. He is their best option for that De Bruyne role...
The top three is pretty easy. But the rest are fairly difficult to sort. Sorry to you, Simon Mignolet.
"If the ball had touched a Tottenham arm it's not a penalty, but if it touched our arm it is not allowed."
"He's a perfect fit for us. The way that we did transfers the last years adds up. "
While managers draft their plans for next season, these players should be front and centre of them...
"I don't feel sorry for them because I don't think they'd feel sorry for us." Fair point.
Jurgen Klopp used the example of Kevin de Bruyne to show how careful Liverpool must be with the Ox.
It's not good news - but it seems it could be worse. Guardiola also discusses 'a nice place to go'...
Pep Guardiola is waiting to find out the severity of Kevin De Bruyne's injury suffered in the 1-0 win over Spurs.
Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho prevented Kevin de Bruyne from linking up with Jurgen Klopp.
"This is the real truth: Raheem is one of the nicest, most humble guys I’ve met in football."
We thought Heung-min Son might be about to say something catty about empty seats. Alas, no...
"I don't care about the stadium," says Kevin de Bruyne of Tottenham's lovely new White Hart Lane.
Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Kevin de Bruyne "will be out for a while" after coming off injured on Saturday.
Kevin de Bruyne is stood here pretending that he will "congratulate Liverpool" if they win the title.
It turns out that Ross Barkley is pretty much the key for both Manchester City and Chelsea on Sunday.
Man City could simply have too much for that Arsenal defence. But a diamond formation and Walker's positioning may cost them.
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