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Kevin de Bruyne has put Manchester City fans on red alert by admitting that he has his next move lined up after he is finished at the Premier League champions.

De Bruyne admitted that he wants to join former team-mate Vincent Kompany at Anderlecht after his time is up at the Etihad.

The City icon departed at the end of last season in order to become player-manager at the Jupiter League side.

The Belgian star has emerged as one of the best players in the world during his second stint in the Premier League.

He has started this season superbly, with one goal and five assists in the opening four games of the campaign.

City are looking strong already this year, and are many people’s favourites to win their third straight league title.

But De Bruyne appears to be already mapping out his future, as he told The Sun that he wants to follow Kompany to Anderlecht.

“I hope his career will be just as amazing at Anderlecht as it was at City,” De Bruyne told The Sun.

“I’ve told him to keep a place in his team for me in a year, or seven, when I’m finished [at Man City].

“If he does do that for me I will already have my next destination lined up; my next job.

“I will definitely miss him being around City.”

De Bruyne also revealed that Kompany played a big part in him joining City back in 2015.

“At the time City were trying to sign me from Wolfsburg and Vinny was pushing for me to move to Manchester to play alongside him,” De Bruyne added.

“He would constantly ask me when I was coming.

“He would say ‘you need to come’, constantly encouraging me to join City.”

De Bruyne scored and provided three assists in Belgium’s 4-1 win over Scotland on Monday night.



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