Kevin De Bruyne has injured himself during training session.
The injury and expected absence of De Bruyne was something discussed by the Belgian's teammate Kyle Walker when speaking at the premiere of All or Nothing: Manchester City, a behind-the-scenes documentary covering their title-winning season previous year which is available exclusively on Amazon Prime.
Manchester City were dealt a big blow on Wednesday after it was revealed that Kevin De Bruyne, arguably the star performer of their stunning 2017/18 Premier League title triumph, suffered an injury which will rule the Belgian midfielder out for between two and four months.
Speaking to reporters on the blue carpet, Walker said: "Kevin is a great player and it's just unfortunate that it's happened to him in training".
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The worst case scenario for De Bruyne would be a cruciate ligament injury - the same injury suffered by Liverpool's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - which, at the very least, requires a nine month recovery period.
"We don't just rely on one player".
Bernardo Silva started and scored in the win against Arsenal and the Portugal global could remain a starter in De Bruyne's absence.
"He had so much impact on our game".
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De Bruyne was the driving force behind City's canter to the Premier League title last season, scoring eight goals and providing 16 assists.
"We created a lot of chances and our performance was good".
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