Kevin De Bruyne, a teammate from Belgium and Manchester City, has received high acclaim from Jeremy Doku.
In an interview for the City Magazine’s October issue, he discussed the £54 million (Independent) man.
Kevin De Bruyne, who has yet to play alongside him at Manchester City since Pep Guardiola confirmed the status of his long-term injury in August, has now been praised by Jeremy Doku.
The ‘legend’ Kevin De Bruyne is extolled by Jeremy Doku.
The 32-year-old, who was described as “outstanding” by Virgil van Dijk (via The Overlap), has consistently been thought of as the best midfielder in the world.
In fact, many people think he is the best midfielder to ever play in the Premier League.
Jeremy Doku has recently praised Kevin De Bruyne, claiming that he is a good player and an icon for Belgians and football fans around. His representation of our nation makes us really happy and proud.
When Jeremy Doku and Kevin De Bruyne first played together for the national team, he told him, “I think the first time we spoke was when I played in the national team with him for the first time. He just said when he gives me the ball — and if I’m in a zone where I’m one-on-one with a defender — just go! He also helped me score my first goal for the country.
“I can’t wait, and I know I will learn a lot from him. I’ve enjoyed playing alongside Kevin for Belgium and I will enjoy playing alongside him with City. He can provide an assist from anywhere on the pitch which means I’ll score more goals. I can’t wait to line up with him again and like everyone at City, I hope he recovers quickly.”
Jeremy Doku could hit new heights at Manchester City when he plays alongside the midfield maestro
The return of Kevin De Bruyne could play a huge role in Jeremy Doku evolving into a goalscorer.
No player in world football possesses the treble-winner’s range of passing and final ball, including any midfielder at City.
Once De Bruyne is fit and firing once, his countryman could use his unstoppable speed to get on the end of his passes by running in behind defences and bagging goals, much like other pacey wingers like Sane and Sterling used to.