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Kevin De Bruyne is a cheat code! The Manchester City superstar midfielder is one of the best in the business. He had a phenomenal year with his club, winning the treble. There aren’t many in the sport who can produce what the Belgian does. His range and variety of passing are a joke! He has played with some of the best strikers, with Erling Haaland being the latest. Despite that, the Belgian international has caught the media’s eye after he picked Al-Nassr forward Cristiano Ronaldo to play alongside him.

De Bruyne and Ronaldo on the same team would be exciting to watch. Along with Ronaldo, the superstar midfielder has also picked a former Premier League icon to play with. Let’s take a closer look into the matter.

Kevin De Bruyne picked Cristiano Ronaldo to play alongside the Al-Nassr superstar.


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Kevin De Bruyne, in a recent interview with Jamie Redknapp, has picked Cristiano Ronaldo and his former Belgian team coach, Thierry Henry, as his strikers. In the interview, Manchester City #17 said, “But would look more to strike as a maybe he’s been my coach at Belgium before but maybe somebody like Thierry Henry. Even somebody like Cristiano I think for me, like a creative player, you know he’s gonna be there. So I need somebody who’s quick and goes deep; that helps me a lot. You know you play with magnificent midfielders, but I think for strikers, I would say Cristiano, Theirry Henry.”

A partnership between Ronaldo and De Bruyne will bring an enormous number of goals. Well, this might turn into a reality. Al-Nassr is considering signing the talented Belgian international. It won’t be easy, as Manchester City won’t let their superstar leave easily. Let’s dig deeper into this saga.


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Al-Nassr look to target Manchester City star, Kevin De Bruyne.

Manchester City had a remarkable campaign last season. The Citizens won their first Champions League title and treble. This was possible because of their superstar midfielder, Kevin De Bruyne, who was in impeccable form last season. He was involved in more than 25 goals last season. Al-Nassr is looking to sign the highly-rated midfielder. His contract expires in 2025. He is the club’s main target in the upcoming January transfer window. Man City will be aware of the Saudi giant’s interest in their club captain. They will try to keep their superstar in Manchester.


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Despite the rumors of De Bruyne’s exit, he is currently out with a hamstring injury and will be out for the rest of 2023. Without their talisman, Man City has struggled recently. They are 3rd in the league, five points behind leaders Spurs, having played a game less. Will the Sky Blues win their fourth consecutive league title this season?


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Written by

Mohd Rumman Chak


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Rumman is a soccer writer at EssentiallySports. His deep-rooted passion for the beautiful game has been cultivated over 13 years of avidly following and playing soccer at the National level, not once, but twice. Engaging in sports debates and quizzes since his school days enriched his knowledge of the sport, and the virtual realm of FIFA video games helped him to develop valuable insights into the dynamics of soccer, all of which now lay a solid foundation for his role as a contemporary soccer writer.
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