Kevin De Bruyne suffers knee injury at Manchester City training

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Kevin De Bruyne has suffered a knee injury in training and looks set for a period on the sidelines, Manchester City have confirmed.

Bernardo Silva started and scored in the win against Arsenal and the Portugal worldwide could remain a starter in De Bruyne's absence.

A club statement said the full extent of the injury is not yet known, but the 27-year-old Belgium global was undergoing tests.

De Bruyne arrived on crutches on Wednesday evening at the premiere in Manchester of Amazon's "All or Nothing" documentary about the club.

"We don't just rely on one player. Obviously it's a big loss but we've got more than enough cover".

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"He had so much impact on our game".

Due to being given three weeks off following the World Cup he did not play a role in the Community Shield win against Chelsea but came on for a cameo role of half an hour in the 2-0 opening Premier League victory over Arsenal last Sunday.

De Bruyne, 27, is expected to fly to Barcelona for further tests with specialist Dr. Ramon Cugat who treated him when suffered a knee injury in January 2016.

If the current injury proves to be as serious, De Bruyne would miss the start of City's Champions League campaign and a potentially important Premier League clash at Liverpool on 7 October.

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