Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne out for three months with knee injury

Southampton would have made a profit in 2016-17 even if they played in front of an empty St Mary's throughout the season

Southampton would have made a profit in 2016-17 even if they played in front of an empty St Mary's throughout the season

Kevin De Bruyne is expected to be out of action for around three months with a knee injury, Manchester City have announced.

He featured as a second-half substitute in City's league-opening win over Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium last Sunday.

De Bruyne subsequently injured his knee in a freak accident during training earlier this week, catching his studs in the turf and sustaining a similar setback to the one he sustained two years ago.

"This can happen because you build an wonderful stadium for Tottenham Hotspur - sometimes there are delays, this kind of thing happens". They lost the home game however, and Guardiola was keen to point out the difference in belief between his side and the likes of eventual winners Real Madrid. "If you're fresh, with normal vacations, then that doesn't happen".

Kevin De Bruyne's knee injury is a major disappointment.

"My advice to him now is to rest, take the holidays he didn't get in these two or three weeks, do it now".

Mateo was allowed to leave hospital in May, five months after being born, and his now recovering well.

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"Nobody needs to worry about Man City and their quality, there is still a lot there".

White Hart Lane will not be ready, as it is still being rebuilt, and Wembley is hosting an National Football League match that day.

City had the chance to claim the Premier League title against their cross-town rivals United in April.

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The Spanish boss said: "The only thing I can say (is) the last five games, four are away and that's a problem if we are playing for the Premier League".

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