Man City linked with enormous bid for Kevin De Bruyne

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Manchester City are ready to make a £60million bid for the Bundesliga Player of the Year, Kevin De Bruyne, according to reports.

The 22-year old's first spell in the Premier League was cut short by Blues boss Jose Mourinho, as the Portuguese coach felt that the Belgian couldn't cope with the pressure of the Premier League.

De Bruyne rumours

When De Bruyne first joined Chelsea, on the winter transfer deadline day of 2012, he was looking like a promising purchase for the London club. Unfortunately he never delivered when it came to the big stage.


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Amid recent speculation, Mourinho has said he has no regrets in selling the young playmaker, stating that De Bruyne wanted to be at a club where he knew he would play every game, where he knew he was important.

De Bruyne excels

The Belgian seemingly got that in abundance last season, where in all competitions he played 51 out of a possible 53 games, bagging 16 goals and 27 assists.

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So, does the talented young playmaker have a point to prove in England following a disappointing spell in the Premier League? We will find out in the next enthralling week of the summer transfer window.

Man City fans, do you think it's possible that De Bruyne will follow Sterling to the Etihad? Let us know in the comments box below.

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