Hit in the ankle on Saturday in the semi-final of the FA Cup against Chelsea, Kevin de Bruyne should be fixed on his fate on Monday.
The weekend was complicated for Manchester City. The fault in the first place with his conceded defeat against Chelsea (1-0), Saturday, in the semi-final of the FA Cup. A setback that sounds the death knell for his quadrupled hopes, the Citizens, at the top of the Premier League, still having to contend with the final of the League Cup and the semi-finals of the Champions League.
But this defeat was accompanied by another hard blow: the injury of Kevin de Bruyne, victim of a sprained ankle. And if the concern is setting in the ranks of Mancunians, it will be necessary to wait until Monday to know precisely the seriousness of this sprain. And therefore the unavailability of the Red Devil, who could be on the side for the double confrontation against the PSG April 28 and May 4.
And if the first observations did not encourage optimism, hope returned to the Citizens’ camp. To believe the Telegraph, the Skyblues would hope for an absence of between 7 and 10 days, which could allow the presence of the former Chelsea player against PSG on April 28.