Kevin De Bruyne keen on sealing future MLS move

Kevin De Bruyne has been linked with a summer move away from Manchester City, and he is open to a future move to MLS.

Kevin De Bruyne is undoubtedly one of the best players in the world, and he has been an exceptional servant for Manchester City over the years. The Belgian international has helped them win several trophies, but it seems that the Manchester City mainstay is now keen on a move to Major League Soccer, according to Give Me Sport.

The Manchester City talisman, who is on £400,000-a-week wages is very interested in the move, and it will be interesting to see if Manchester City are willing to sell a quality player like him. He is undoubtedly one of the best players at the club, and losing him would weaken the team severely. Replacing him could prove to be quite difficult.

The Belgian playmaker is competing at a world-class level, and it would be quite surprising if he decided to move to MLS at this stage of his career. He needs to continue a top European club for now. There will be plenty of opportunities for him to move to MLS or Saudi Arabia in the near future.

Manchester City must keep De Bruyne at the club

Kevin De Bruyne has helped Manchester City win major trophies during his time at the club, and the Premier League champions will hope that he can guide them to a league title this season as well. Manchester City are currently on top of the league table with just one match remaining in the league campaign.

Although he has missed majority of the season with injuries, Kevin De Bruyne has been outstanding in the recent weeks, and he is one of the main reasons why Manchester City are finishing this season strongly.

The Belgian is regarded as one of the best midfielders of all time in the Premier League, and Manchester City fans will hope that he can continue at the Premier League club and break the all time assists record in the division. Former Manchester United winger Ryan Giggs has the most assists in the division with 162, with Kevin De Bruyne in second place with 112.

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