Kevin De Bruyne reveals when he may return from injury after making fans cringe with awkward dad dancing
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Kevin De Bruyne has revealed he won’t be sidelined for much longer, and judging by his dance moves it’s very much for the best.

The Manchester City icon has been out since August with a hamstring injury that he was playing through last season but revealed he’s hoping to be back in action early in 2024.

De Bruyne was at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where he 'showed off' his dance moves

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De Bruyne was at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, where he ‘showed off’ his dance movesCredit: Getty

On his recovery, De Bruyne told Sky Sports, per Fabrizio Romano: “It’s going well, getting along. Still got a little way to go, but we’ll be there…

“Hopefully I’ll be back something close after the New Year, if everything goes well.”

Right now he’s enjoying some downtime as he continues his rehab and was in attendance at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the Formula 1 season-finale.

De Bruyne caught up with TikTok star Noel Robinson, better known as Noelgoescrazy, and at least showed that he has some moves… of sorts.

The influencer approached De Bruyne by inviting him to a little side-by-side dance, and the moves by Belgium star De Bruyne can be best described as some awkward dad dancing… and it certainly made the fans cringe.

“What did they do to Kevin De Bruyne?” one fan said.

“THEY MADE KDB DANCE I’M HOWLING,” another said.

“Blud is busy dancing whilst his mates ignore Haaland runs every chance they get smh,” this one said.

“[Crying emojis] I love him,” this fan declared.

De Bruyne has been with City since 2015, playing a key role in their huge success in recent seasons, including their treble-winning campaign last term.

City look like they’re missing him to some extent with Arsenal leapfrogging them in the Premier League table after Pep Guardiola’s side were held to a 1-1 draw at home to Liverpool at the weekend.





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