Man City Put £100million Price Tag On Kevin De Bruyne

Manchester City have put a £100 million price tag on their midfielder Kevin De Bruyne amid interest from many clubs in Saudi Pro League, according to a report by talkSPORT.

Kevin De Bruyne's magic moment vs Newcastle United

Over the years, Kevin De Bruyne has developed into one of the greatest midfielders and has been an important squad player at the Etihad, leading City to many success by winning a lot of trophies for the Sky Blues.

As a result of his talent, many clubs in Saudi Arabia have shown interest in his service and are ready to spend big to lure him away from Europe.

There were speculations that he would leave Manchester City during the last transfer window and it was gathered that City could decide to let him go should any club ready to pay £100 million for his service.

However, it was reported that City are not in a rush to sell the midfield maestro and could even decide to offer him a new contract to keep him at the club for the later years of his career.

Though Kevin De Bruyne has been battling with an injury crisis this campaign, he remains a very important player for Pep Guardiola and his contribution to the team would have an impact on their results towards the end of the season.

To win the fourth consecutive league title, Pep will need all his players to be at their possible best, and De Bruyne is such a player that can singlehandedly decide the outcome of a match as witnessed against Newcastle United last year.

The Belgian returned to the Premier League action on a difficult afternoon against Newcastle United when City were one goal behind. Within the first 20 minutes on the pitch, he scored the equalising goal and provided the assist for the winning goal in stoppage time to secure a 3-2 win for his side.

Therefore, his brilliance on the pitch will be required in a bid to displace Liverpool from the top spot in the League table. Pep Guardiola’s side were a four points behind the league leader ahead of their Bournemouth match on Saturday.

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