The playmaker was pulled back with a little more than 15 minutes left of Belgium’s 2-1 annihilation to England at Wembley on Saturday in the wake of the whining of a muscle issue.
Belgium manager Roberto Martinez at first made light of worries over the injury, however, De Bruyne has since been compelled to pull back from the crew for their next Nations League match against Iceland on Wednesday.
The Mirror reports that the ruling PFA Player of the Year will currently miss this current end of the week’s confrontation with Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium.
The injury isn’t believed to be not kidding, however, Pep Guardiola is reluctant to face any challenges over his star man’s fitness in the event that he bothers the issue and afterward needs to spend longer uninvolved.
De Bruyne, who scored three goals in the two league meetings with Arsenal last season, is required to be in dispute for the following week’s Champions League opener against Porto.