World Cup fatigue could have caused De Bruyne injury, says Guardiola

Kevin De Bruyne recently suffered a knee injury

Kevin De Bruyne recently suffered a knee injury

Fabian Delph has been filmed berating former Manchester City teammate Yaya Toure after last season's derby defeat to Manchester United.

It is understood City bosses have not been approached by Spurs about the problem and have had no dialogue.

One idea would be to reverse the game and stage it at the Etihad, but this would leave City facing the prospect of finishing the season with four away games out of the last five.

"I think we have to understand sometimes, because we're tired and that's the time we need to regroup".

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"I'm a manager for what happens on the pitch, this is off the pitch".

Sitting pretty at the beginning of March after a win over Arsenal, City were 16 points clear at the top, and were closing in on their third Premier League title. "We can adapt, but we will also think of ourselves".

Update: City have since released an official statement confirming the news that De Bruyne has suffered a lateral collateral lesion in his right knee and will be out for around three months.

Guardiola cited fatigue as a factor in the Belgian's injury after a World Cup summer, and though he admitted being without De Bruyne will be a big loss for the Premier League champions, they will have to learn to cope without him, starting with Sunday's match with Huddersfield Town.

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"This can happen because you build an awesome stadium for Tottenham Hotspur - sometimes there are delays, this kind of thing happens".

"We will see, but it is never easy to replace Kevin". 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.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has branded those who think Kevin De Bruyne's injury has levelled the playing field as "a**holes".

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