KDB breaks silence on City future

English Premier League

Manchester City star Kevin de Bruyne has addressed his long-term future at the club amidst the recent links with Real Madrid and FC Barcelona.

The Belgian joined the Citizens from Wolfsburg back in 2015 and has established himself as on the league's best players in recent years.

De Bruyne, who leads the league in assists with 15 this season, insists he does not see himself leaving the Etihad anytime soon.

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"I feel comfortable because this is the club I have played for the longest apart from Genk, but that was because I was in the youths, so that was different," De Bruyne told Sport360.

"But I feel comfortable here because I'm happy here. I play at one of the best teams in the world, one of the best leagues in the world and my family is settled, my kids are happy. So it makes it more comfortable.

"If one of these things wasn’t in place it would give you stress, but I don't have that stress at the moment. I feel relaxed and feel I can focus on what I need to do to be ready."