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Published: 09:47 | 26/9/16

De Bruyne facing lay-off


Manchester City could be without Kevin De Bruyne for up to a month as a result of the injury he sustained in the Premier League win at Swansea.

De Bruyne suffered a hamstring injury in the latter stages of City's win at the Liberty Stadium but the club may have to wait until Tuesday to discover the full extent of the problem.

As things stand the midfielder is expected to miss Wednesday's Champions League tie against Celtic as well as Belgium’s upcoming 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia and Gibraltar.

A four-week lay-off would result in De Bruyne missing the Premier League games against Southampton and Everton and the Champions League clash with Barcelona on October 19.

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