Pep Guardiola will no doubt be casting his eye over his Manchester City players in the summer months.
The Spaniard will arrive at the Etihad Stadium and is likely to be making wholesale changes as he aims to conquer English football like he has done in Spain and Germany.
But, with City coming fourth, 15 points behind champions Leicester, there is a lot of work to do for Guardiola.
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One of the players he certainly won’t be getting rid of though is Kevin de Bruyne.
The Belgian impressed during his debut season under Manuel Pellegrini, scoring 16 goals in all competitions - despite a spell on the sidelines through injury.
Guardiola would have been impressed if he had caught any City matches last season and he certainly would have been delighted if he had watched Belgium’s friendly against Switzerland on Saturday.
That’s because the midfielder scored a screamer during the Red Devils’ 2-1 victory. Watch the video below:
With the scores tied at 1-1, De Bruyne picked the ball up 25-yards out before unleashing an unstoppable strike from the corner of the box.
All that Yann Sommer could do was to duck and pray that the ball went over. It didn’t and it left the ‘keeper feeling a little embarrassed.
City fans and Guardiola will be hoping he can produce that kind magic next season as they look to win their third Premier League title.
De Bruyne and his Belgium side head into the European Championships in France this summer with an outside chance of glory with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Radja Nainggolan.