Kevin De Bruyne
Kevin De Bruyne Kick-started his career with his local club in 2003 before moving to Genk two years later. He would stay with the Belgian club for seven years until catching the eye of Chelsea scouts.
He transferred to Chelsea in 2012, but was loaned out to Werder Bremen a few months later. He enjoyed a fairly successful stint there and returned to Chelsea after his loan deal was up.
Chelsea managed to hold onto him despite interest from top Bundesliga clubs. However, he was back there again, this time with VFL Wolfsburg, where he stayed for three years.
Finally, he was snapped up by Manchester City and he has remained there ever since.
KDB is regarded as a highly versatile and supremely talented player. Although he primarily plays as a midfielder, he has often been deployed as a winger or second striker.
He has great technique, skill and athleticism, first class work-rate off the ball, vision and a wide range of passing shots. De Bruyne even possesses a powerful long-range shooting ability with either foot.
He has helped Manchester City to the Premier League titles in 2017-18 and 2018-19. and the Belgian national team to 3rd in the 2018 World Cup and 1st in the FIFA rankings
Kevin De Bruyne’s Net Worth, Salary and Endorsement
Kevin De Bruyne’s net worth is believed to be approximately £23.5 million. He has penned numerous endorsement deals, including the likes of Nike, EA Sports and Orange.
Kevin De Bruyne’s salary is reported to be £280,000 a week with bonuses.
Foundations and Charity
KDB is a big supporter of the Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity. He even paid a visit to a young cancer patient to spend time with him.
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Teams||Belgium, Genk, Chelsea, Werder Bremen, Wolfsburg, Manchester City|
|Endorsements||Nike, EA Sports, Orange|