He’s exceptional – Arsene Wenger names one player he would’ve loved to work with
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has named Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne as one player he would love to have in his team.
The Belgium international has been outstanding in seven seasons in the Premier League.
The former Chelsea star is one of the finest legs in the top flight of English football and in the world and former Gunners’ iconic boss has lavished praise on the Manchester City ace.
Wenger was asked by the Premier League’s YouTube channel at the recent Hall of Fame ceremony, to pick the very EPL star he would have loved to work with.
And the Frenchman did not hesitate to pick the Belgian.
“The one who is ready to move into this Hall of Fame who has been consistent over the past seven or eight years is De Bruyne, he has been exceptional in efficiency, quality and decisiveness in the big games.”
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