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Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne linked to San Diego FC

Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne could be on his way to San Diego FC if he decides to leave Europe.

After ending another record-breaking season with only the FA Cup to fight for Manchester City’s Kevin De Bruyne, he seems to have talks with San Diego and is making preparations to join Major League Soccer (MLS).

As reported, representatives from both parties have met, and it seems the Belgian star is looking for a chance. It looks like the MLS is opening its gates for many European talents after the arrival of influential stars,

However, as only one meeting has concluded between them, there will be more serious discussions in the coming days. While, De Bruyne will focus on the FA Cup finals against local rivals Manchester United on Saturday.

The sports journalism website added. “extent of the dealings between the two parties,” after both parties had their first round of discussions.

He has turned out to be one of the most crucial signings at Ethiad in recent times, guiding his side to win four consecutive domestic titles, cementing their dominance in England, while also having the continental treble to his name.

Kevin De Bruyne
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De Bruyne managed six goals and 18 assists in 1,694 minutes in an injury-hit season so far with a game to go.

Moreover, sources told The Athletic that a San Diego move for De Bruyne is “wide of the mark.”

De Bruyne’s contract is set to end next summer.

Other international players in contact with San Diego FC include Spain’s Sergio Ramos and Mexico’s Hirving Lozano.

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