Kevin De Bruyne's Manchester City release clause revealed as €250m

Kevin De Bruyne's Manchester City release clause revealed as €250m

Kevin De Bruyne's Manchester City release clause revealed as €250m

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has warned interested clubs off Kevin de Bruyne.

The Catalan won 14 trophies in four seasons in charge, before moving on to Bayern Munich for three years to cement his status as a leading thinker in the game.

De Bruyne signed his current contract in January and it ties him to City until 2023.

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City view De Bruyne as central to their long-term plans as they target domestic and European dominance and the clause is a deterrent to would-be suitors.

"My last steps [coaching wise] will be with Barcelona at La Masia". De Bruyne has attracted interest from Real Madrid and Barcelona in the past.

"The clause is €250m (£223m)".

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"I remember what Messi told me", Guardiola said. "I'm sorry, he is not for sale". He does everything. I recently met his parents and you only understand how children are when you have met the parents.

Guardiola is happy with the strength and fitness of his squad after noting a month ago that his players were not at maximum effectiveness.

Last season De Bruyne scored eight goals for the Premier League champions and aso came up with 16 assists as the team broke all sorts of records in England.

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"When Jorge Valdano (interviewer) asked me about selling (De Bruyne) for £250 million, I say no, but it's my personal opinion. I do not feel judged by a defeat or victory". "The club knows my opinion and we share that and after that it is [up to] the club and Raheem's agent".

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