De Bruyne set for three months on the sidelines

De Bruyne set for three months on the sidelines

While it is still too early to gauge just how much they have progressed from the last campaign, news of De Bruyne's injury will no doubt give extra motivation to Klopp and his players.

"This can happen because you build an wonderful stadium for Tottenham Hotspur - sometimes there are delays, this kind of thing happens".

The Belgium global, a second-half substitute in Sunday's 2-0 victory over Arsenal, suffered the injury in training on Wednesday.

"When you lose in football, you think, we didn't run".

"Nobody knows, but I'm pretty sure this can influence it". It's a tough season, short recovery, they say let's go and we are in the competition. If you're fresh, with normal vacations, then that doesn't happen.

"My advice to him now is to rest, take the holidays he didn't get in these two or three weeks, do it now".

Mateo was allowed to leave hospital in May, five months after being born, and his now recovering well.

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"I think they could be a real threat this season to Manchester City". "Big congratulations because he played more than 100 games, winning European Championship and the World Cup".

"He decided. No one at Man City, and not myself, pushed him.

He made a decision to rest a little bit more with his wife and his little boy, and play with us".

Alan Smith is tipping Manchester United to finish in third place in the Premier League table this season, behind Manchester City and Liverpool FC.

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has said he does not know where the match, scheduled for October 28, will be played as delays hit the opening of the London club's new stadium, with a possibility that its date could be changed.

"We want to help the Premier League, I think we didn't release any statement about Tottenham, we don't know anything", City manager Guardiola told a news conference.

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