Man City ace De Bruyne warns Mourinho: The music will be LOUD

Man City ace De Bruyne warns Mourinho: The music will be LOUD

Man City ace De Bruyne warns Mourinho: The music will be LOUD

City face Liverpool in the first leg of a keenly anticipated Champions League quarter-final on Wednesday, with the Anfield encounter being billed by many as a showdown between De Bruyne and Salah - widely considered to the Premier League's standout performers this season.

De Bruyne, however, thinks 38-goal Salah should win the accolade and says he voted for the Egyptian.

"For me, he is [in the running for Player of the Year], but obviously in the end when we did the voting we can not choose any City players".

'I think it shows Salah's and my strength, ' said the City midfielder.

De Bruyne and Salah both made their Chelsea debuts in 2013/14, but were hardly given a chance before being move on to Wolfsburg and Roma respectively.

It was Mourinho, of course, who allowed De Bruyne to leave Chelsea in January 2014.

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"In Chelsea he didn't play too much, but in Roma he was unbelievable", said Guardiola. I think if the coach wants to speak with you then you just do it. I'm not really someone who speaks a lot with coaches.

The Manchester City midfielder and Liverpool forward are going head-to-head for the gong following their stunning seasons. He is the guy who always runs the most and he is one of the more talented players we have in England in our team.

The Sky Blues' player's comments also come shortly after his manager Pep Guardiola claimed that Paul Pogba was offered to the club; perhaps it's all a scheme to distract Jose's players.

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With Sergio Aguero absent through injury, Guardiola is set to name a front three with an average age of just 22 in Raheem Sterling, Gabriel Jesus and Leroy Sane.

City have reigned supreme in the Premier League this season, but Guardiola's team looked shell-shocked by the hostile reception they received on one of Anfield's more memorable European nights.

"Their movement is a joy to watch at times, and as a defender you need to be aware of that, but hopefully we'll be attacking as well and we can push them back into areas where they don't want to go".

"That is the big difference".

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