Belgian press reports indicate the absence of De Bruyne from Belgium’s first match in the European Nations Championship.
Belgian press reports indicated the absence of the Belgian national team star, Kevin De Bruyne, from the first match of his team in the European Nations Championship, which will face Russia, tomorrow, Saturday, in St.
De Bruyne suffered a facial injury with multiple fractures, in the Champions League final that Manchester City lost to Chelsea on May 29, after which he underwent surgery.
The Belgian Football Association did not confirm the reports, but the player hinted at the possibility of his absence from the first match of the Belgian national team in “Euro 2020”, during his meeting with the King of Belgium, Philip.
“Will I be able to play? I hope in the second match against Denmark,” De Bruyne was quoted as saying by the media.
De Bruyne is a key element in the Belgian national team, the world’s top footballer, who is looking forward to winning a major title after finishing third in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.