The previous Barcelona playmaker has loaded applause upon the man who got the Premier League Player of the Year grant last season
Kevin De Bruyne is the “best midfielder on the planet”, as indicated by Xavi, who says the Manchester City star is “on another level” to his companions.
De Bruyne has set up himself as one of the most reliable entertainers in the Premier class since finishing a £55 million ($73m) move to City from Wolfsburg in 2015.
The 29-year-old has hit 57 goals in 222 appearances for the Cityzens, while likewise giving an amazing 89 helps, 20 of which were recorded in the first class last season.Embed from Getty Images
The Belgium worldwide was compensated for his remarkable commitment with the Premier League Player of the Year grant, and furthermore figured out how to get the eighth significant trophy of his vocation at Etihad Stadium as the Carabao Cup.
Xavi, a man who was broadly viewed as the champion midfielder of his age at Barcelona, thinks De Bruyne should now be held up in a comparative light because of his dynamic and mercilessness in the last third of the pitch.
“Kevin de Bruyne, from Manchester City, seems to me of another level, brutal, he is able to make a difference. He is the best midfielder in the world and relatively young,” Xavi said.Embed from Getty Images
Xavi proceeded to communicate his conviction that Pep Guardiola remains the best lead trainer in the business, featuring the manner in which he has altered the manner in which football is played.
“Pep is the best manager in the world. He has given a twist to our sport. He is very good for what he transmits and his leadership ability. In addition, the way he convinced us, he is very good,” Xavi added.
“I would choose Van Dijk due to his leadership, physical strength and good technical ability.” Xavi added as he hints on Van Dijk’s abilities.Embed from Getty Images
Xavi has won two trophies as a manager since assuming responsibility for Al Sadd, and has just been connected with the top activity at Camp Nou. He is very substance in his present environmental factors until further notice however, having seen his family sink into another lifestyle in Qatar.
“Arriving in this country has been one of the best decisions of my life,” said Xavi. “I would highlight security, there is no crime, with strong laws, and for family life it is extraordinary.
“The people are very respectful. The quality of life is extraordinary. My wife is happy, my children they were born here, my staff is fine too. I’m delighted.”
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