Kevin De Bruyne plans to retire at Manchester City after rejecting Saudi Arabian interest

Manchester City’s midfield legend Kevin De Bruyne plans to finish his playing career at the Etihad it has been reported. City’s midfield maestro is currently out injured until the New Year with a hamstring injury.

Phil Thomas reports for the Sun that De Bruyne has rejected advances from Saudi Arabia over the summer. De Bruyne will have one year remaining on his contract after this season. It is reported that Saudi clubs may come calling this summer. In addition, Thomas reports that De Bruyne plans to finish his career at the treble winners. He adds that City’s Belgian midfielder and his family are settled in Manchester and have no plans to move at this stage.

Transfer expert Fabrizio Romano also reports via his exclusive Substack column that De Bruyne has rejected Saudi interest this past summer. Romano adds that the City midfielder had offers from Saudi clubs following City’s Champions League success, but he decided to remain with the champions. Furthermore, Romano adds that in his opinion he can’t see De Bruyne deciding to move on in the January transfer window after already rejecting the Saudi advances.

Kevin De Bruyne has cemented himself as a Manchester City legend during his spell at the club. Signed from Wolfsburg in 2015, his performances have been outstanding during his time at the club. He has become one of the best midfielders in world football during his spell with the club.

With De Bruyne out injured until the New Year, the fact he wants to finish his career at the club is great news for City fans.

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